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Bill Dixon: Tapestries for Small Orchestra

This set’s title suggests small strands coming together to form a greater whole, which is indeed an important aspect of Bill Dixon’s conception. Yet tapestries are inert, and Dixon’s music is not. It might move slowly much of the time, but it most certainly moves; it’s a study in movement sans rhythm. Pieces like “Motorcycle … Read More “Bill Dixon: Tapestries for Small Orchestra”

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