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Classical Music

A soundscape beckons a listener to enter, to reflect, and to remember

By Jeremy Eichler
September 3, 2006

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The theaters and the concert halls of New York City went dark after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, but it was not long before arts institutions began grappling with how to respond. Less than six months later, the New York Philharmonic announced it would commission a new 9/11 memorial work from the American composer John Adams to open its ... (Full article: 644 words)

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