Federico García Lorca

Federico García Lorca

‘It was pain itself, singing behind a smile,’ wrote Federico García Lorca, outwardly happy, inwardly torn. Continue Reading →

Crippled Symmetry | Morton Feldman

In Morton Feldman’s music, silence plays a prominent role, thanks to the hushed volume and the interval between sounds. Continue Reading →

Das Marienleben | Paul Hindemith

‘The greatest song cycle ever written’ that’s how Glenn Gould described Hindemith’s Das Marienleben. Hindemith began his musical career as something of a troublemaker, but later he followed different paths. Das Marienleben, to poems by Rainer Maria Rilke, is a striking example of that.

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