Thank you. I'll have to look for that. I recently read a book written by Aaron Copland back in 1939and updated in 1957: "What to Listen for in Music". A very good text for the totally unknowing. All so clearly written. But I especially appreciated his thoughts about "modern" (in 1939/1957) music. Hard to imagine now that there were people who disapproved of what was sung in the thirties and forties. So life goes on.Aaron Copland's Old American Songs and his settings of Emily Dickinson poems. Charles Ives songs, Sallie Chisum remembers Billy the Kid by Andre Previn, Dominick Argento's Six Elizabethian Songs
YES.Isn't this the guy that has that set of amazing "Winterreise" videos on youtube?
lol they are super emo, but I think they convey the emotions of the songs really well.YES.
Those music videos are super emo, but they kind of grew on me, and he and Julius Drake (the pianist for both that Winterreise and this album, often collaborates with Bostridge) are both terrific musicians. I would marry his voice.