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So I've Heard: Notes of a Migratory Music Critic By Alan Rich,

  • Title: So I've Heard: Notes of a Migratory Music Critic
  • Author: Alan Rich
  • ISBN: 0073999981544
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With an introduction by Pulitzer Prize winning writer and Washington Post music critic Tim Page Penned by veteran music writer, critic, and Grammy nominee Alan Rich, currently a music critic for the alternative paper LA Weekly, this book is a collection of music criticism gleaned from four decades of concert going, opera going, and record listening on both coasts PulitzerWith an introduction by Pulitzer Prize winning writer and Washington Post music critic Tim Page Penned by veteran music writer, critic, and Grammy nominee Alan Rich, currently a music critic for the alternative paper LA Weekly, this book is a collection of music criticism gleaned from four decades of concert going, opera going, and record listening on both coasts Pulitzer Prize winning writer and Washington Post music critic Tim Page provides the book s introduction Included are reviews and essays on musicians, both well known and obscure, who have shaped worldwide musical tastes during those years conductors including Leonard Bernstein, Zubin Mehta, and Esa Pekka Salonen performers Glenn Gould and the overexploited David Helfgott composers both familiar Baroque masters, Mozart, Schubert and contemporary John Adams and John Cage Probing essays include lively insights on music criticism itself and on where if anywhere music may or may not be heading in the new millennium His writing drew from the formidable Virgil Thomson praise as the most readable music reviewer our best muckraker.
    So I ve Heard Notes of a Migratory Music Critic With an introduction by Pulitzer Prize winning writer and Washington Post music critic Tim Page Penned by veteran music writer critic and Grammy nominee Alan Rich currently a music critic for the a

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    1. You can read ten years of Alan Rich s archived writing for LA weekly at laweekly authors alan well as his review of The Soloist by Steve Lopezweekly art books boo

    2. alan rich can make anyone appreciate classical music, even if you ve never listened to than a few bars of mozart while scanning unfamiliar radio waves i don t particularly care for classical music i see it live whenever im offered free tickets, but my collection is not growing but i started reading rich s columns in the LA weekly a year or so back and fell in love with his prose full disclosure i ve since met and become quite good friends with alan.

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