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Thread: A Contemporary Music Repertoire (a work in progress)

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    Quote Originally Posted by science View Post
    So I find myself consulting this again...
    Yup. I do it almost weekly.

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    I appreciate all the support, guys. I really want to try to get back to this at some point in the near future. Life has been really busy the past month or so and will continue to be probably until the holiday season. But I hope that you all continue to show your enthusiasm for contemporary music both in this thread and on the forums. I am always interested in finding new names to explore and blind spots to uncover. I hope that we ultimately help create a contemporary music repertoire (not just referring to this project) that is as large, diverse, and informative as possible.

    Thanks a lot.
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    I found a video of La Monte Young's elusive Just Charles & Cello in the Romantic Chord! There's a Wayback Machine archive of a taken-down YouTube video from 2011.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20121007...?v=P7-hQ6TZTGk

    I'll definitely be hearing this soon.

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    Happy holidays everyone.

    I'm just bumping this to announce that I finally added a new entry: Peteris Vasks. I myself am quite a fan of Vasks' music, especially his highly recommended Violin Concerto and his 4th String Quartet with its haunting final movement.

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    I also just completed the entry for the late, great Giya Kancheli. My personal favorites of his works are his Symphony No. 5 and his Lament, but I definitely plan to explore more.

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    Here is my last addition for now: Magnus Lindberg.

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    I'm working my way through the list and listening to the 3 star recordings. Thanks Trout for all of your hard work.

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