“The opportunity to hear lousy music live is greatly underrated.”
Filed under: Music by Ben.H
What a weird site. One minute he's talking about the relative worth of serialism and tonal music, the next he's grumbling about those evil corporate elites (whoever they may be – I suspect they don't exist) who have stopped his music from gaining a new audience.
He's one of the good guys and knows his stuff*, but he has a few bees in his bonnet. I expect his idea of corporate elites are much more small-scale than ours, being such as the likes of Elliott Carter and the Lincoln Center, more than Rupert Murdoch and Sony BMG.
* Pardon me for quoting the opening narration for every episode of Renegade.
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