Widely known as a guitarist with The National, composer Bryce Dessner brings a newly created instrument to the stage, the chord stick, in his hypnotically energizing “Music For Wood And Strings” with So Percussion. It’s pure Music For Writers.
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Latest Album of the Week Articles
Full of boisterous power, composer Andrew Norman’s newly released recording of “Play” is all about his fascination with the “human energy” of orchestral performance. Our interview is part of the #MusicForWriters series, with New York Public Radio’s Q2 Music.
This week’s Q2 Music Album of the Week, Martin Bresnick’s new “Prayer Remains Forever” is a brave exploration of life, death, and our search for something to confirm the unknowable. #MusicForWriters that “tells us how to remember.”
Wherever the imaginary Marco Polo of Christopher Cerrone’s (and Italo Calvino’s) ‘Invisible Cities’ may have traveled, in this Music for Writers entry, you’ll find the most valuable map to your own creativity by listening — in the dark.
Featured in Q2 Music’s Album of the Week, globe-trotting clarinettist David Krakauer talks about his new recording of Osvaldo Golijov’s ‘The Dreams And Prayers Of Issac The Blind’ with A Far Cry. And mysticism sure starts at Stonehenge for a lot of us.