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On the cd Hello, Pop Tart Tomoko Mukaiyama plays an all American programme that embraces the entire twentieth century. The distinctive feature of American music is the natural mixture of popular and serious music. While European composers until recently were inclined to look down on music for entertainment with a certain sense of contempt, this feature has always been a natural source of inspiration for their American colleagues. Funnily enough the two composers on this cd who stand closest to pop music – Zappa and Zorn – have rather restricted themselves to pure, abstract music.
Henry Cowell Aeolian Harp
Charles Ives Celestial Railroad
William Bolcom Graceful Ghost Rag
John Zorn XIV
William Bolcom Hymne à l’ Amour
Frank Zappa The Little House I Used to Live in
Frederic Rzewski Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues
David Dramm Hello Pop Tart
Release Date: 1998
Listen to William Bolcom Hymne à l’ Amour (excerpt)
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