by carl wilson

Melodrama for Music Writers

Alex Ross utters I think the most poignant line in music criticism this year. Da Capo should include it, unadorned and in its entirety, in its 2005 anthology:

"Confession: I don't feel like writing about Stravinsky."

In quite another spirit: A reminder to locals that this week's column on Hidden Camera/Mouche/Final Fantasist Owen Pallett, whom I very much did feel like writing about, will be in Saturday's Globe and Mail. I'll try to post some outtakes here. And next week watch for an important column-related announcement.

The Writ | Posted by zoilus on Thursday, September 23 at 07:11 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (1)



On the other hand, writing about Sibelius is SWEET!

Posted by Alex Ross on September 23, 2004 08:15 PM




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