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Preview: Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise

Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise

Books, articles, and a blog by the music critic of The New Yorker

Updated: 2017-11-11T11:58:30-05:00


Nightafternight playlist


New and recent releases of interest. — Jürg Frey, Collection Gustave Roud; Frey, Stefan Thut, Dante Boon, Andrew McIntosh, Regula Konrad, Stephen Altoft, Lee Ferguson (another timbre) — Björk, Utopia (One Little Indian) — Berlioz, Les Troyens; Joyce DiDonato, Michael...

Wagner 1989


Regrettably, there is no evidence to back up the claim that Wagner slept with Ludwig II.

Gardiner's Monteverdi


Orpheus Resounding. The New Yorker, Nov. 13, 2017.

Sanity break


The SAKURA Cello Quintet plays Debussy.

Siegfried by Lynd Ward


From Georgetown University Library.

Ashley Fure


Tremors. The New Yorker, Oct. 30, 2017. Above, a video overview of Fure's The Force of Things.
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Tremors. The New Yorker, Oct. 30, 2017.

Above, a video overview of Fure's The Force of Things.



This weekend the ever-innovative Community MusicWorks organization, in Providence RI, is celebrating the music of André Cormier, a Canadian composer affiliated with the Wandelweiser collective. It's a wonderful departure from the norm for an education-oriented initiative to emphasize experimental music.......

Els Segadors


Via Roger Evans.

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Via Roger Evans.

Romeo Foxtrot


Chapter 14 of Wagnerism, addressing Wagner on film, is nearly done. We give thanks for John Milius and Francis Ford Coppola. One more remains: Chapter 15, The Wound. The Rest Is Noise was published ten years ago today. Deepest thanks...

A Pascale Criton moment


Via Scott Worthington.