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  1. CHAYA CZERNOWIN: Infinite Now (on OperaVision) | Lili Reviews

    Chaya Czernowin is an Israeli composer and Harvard professor with extensive experience working in a stylistic realm that draws inspiration from spectralism, free improvisation, new complexity and, most notably, sonorism. Infinite Now is an opera that was premiered in Ghent, in April, 2017, by Opera Ballet Vlaanderen, and it was this performance that was streamed on the YouTube channel OperaVision in July 2020, with the availability to watch for six months since the stream. The opera itself draws
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  2. MICHAEL PELZEL: Gravity's Rainbow | Lili Reviews

    Certainly an arresting opening track! The thick, forceful sonorities are unashamedly blasting away in the foreground for the first six minutes of the large scale Mysterious Anjuna Bell before dissipating into quieter sonic landscape, showcasing the bells quite a fair bit more literally. However, the whole idea of bells, and bell-like sonorities permeates the work, sometimes implicitly through a wash of sound evoking a bell choir.

    This is a composer who comes at music from a very
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