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PaulMorrisTIM

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PaulMorrisTIM A piece by Lou Harrison for trumpet and gamelan. I studied tuning systems with Harrison.
PaulMorrisTIM I love Webern.

bagatelle6

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PaulMorrisTIM I've always loved nearly everything by Charlemagne Palestine. A deep understanding of rarefied physicality in music.
PaulMorrisTIM One of my all-time favorite Bob Marley songs.
PaulMorrisTIM stalling's music track to "stupor duck", a daffy duck cartoon from 1956.
PaulMorrisTIM the intermezzo between the 3rd and 4th scenes of the final act of Wozzeck. Between murder, suicide and horrifying innocence. I love Berg's music.
PaulMorrisTIM hyper-romantic melancholia from a gay American composer. Unfortunately used to death for film music.
PaulMorrisTIM relentless, powerful "process" piece by Steve Reich from 1968, made in support of the Harlem 6. Repetition and phase as dehumanization.

Steve ReichCome Out

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PaulMorrisTIM Nothing as spacious as this performance could possibly happen today. I love hearing him sing along with himself.
PaulMorrisTIM playing Granados is "like pulling your fingers through piles of precious gems." Very much a pianist's composer.

Tiffany Woo - Granados Goyescas Mvt 4

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PaulMorrisTIM Saccharin maybe, but I love this Debussy song.

C. DebussyBeau soir

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PaulMorrisTIM Sometimes late at night Rachmaninoff is perfect.

Rachmaninoff_op32n12

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PaulMorrisTIM My favorite piece of music when I was a little kid. I always pretended I was alone in a city at night.

HolstNeptune

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PaulMorrisTIM Brief early prepared piano piece. I always liked early, early Cage best. Maybe because I'm a neanderthal.

John CageA Room

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PaulMorrisTIM Lasts nearly a half hour. Part of one of Ashley's vast operas. Not what you expect.
   
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