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Decoding the layers of meaning in Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss is no small task. Strauss works with a late Romantic music language that is very rich harmonically, and makes use of many of the innovations of Richard Wagner’s … Continue reading
In my conception of Good Music for this blog, one of the things I encouraged my readers to do, was to listen to each piece of music on its own terms, and not ask the music to be anything it … Continue reading