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Philip Glass, Waiting for the Barbarians

I suppose I should say upfront, that I may not be the best person to introduce you to the music of Philip Glass.  I am in no way an expert on music of the minimalist composers.  I normally would say … Continue reading

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The Mysteries of Minimalism 2.0

Minimalist Music.  Repetitive New-Age Crap. Originally, that was going to be the whole post. Then I thought I could elaborate with something like this: Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive … Continue reading

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The Mysteries of Minimalism

Minimalist Music.  Repetitive New-Age Crap. Originally, that was going to be the whole post. Then I thought I could elaborate with something like this: Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive New-Age Crap.  Repetitive … Continue reading

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