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Elliott Carter - A Reputation That Only Grows
"Carter, who came into prominence in the 1950s alongside composers like Boulez, Stockhausen, and Berio, was never exactly a "popular" composer, but he was invariably a respected one--perhaps the respected one in the last quarter of the twentieth century--and those who loved his music found it like nothing else in the world. If I were to wager on posterity, he would seem a safe and honorable bet." New York Review of Books 11/05/13
Posted November 11, 2013 04:52 AM

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