Friday, September 9, 2011

Monument To 9/11 In Music

Read: A Mixed Record of Success in Addressing the Attacks on WSJ, Requiem Project: A Tribute to the Fallen and Those Who Remain: September 9-11, 2011 on WQXR, Composers on 9/11 series on NPR Classical's Deceptive Cadence, Music for 9/11 on Gramophone, Music After: Remembering 9/11 on Sequenza 21.

Listen: John Adams's On the Transmigration of Souls, Ned Rorem's Aftermath, Robert Moran's Trinity Requiem, Joan Tower's In Memory, Aaron Jay Kernis's Sarabanda in Memoriam, Eric Ewazen's A Hymn for the Lost and the Living, Steve Reich's WTC 9/11.

All works in one Spotify playlist: Music For 9/11 (26 tracks, 2 hours)

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