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Subject: to discuss music Date: 7/11/2014 3:37 PM
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Is there a place on TMF to discuss music? I'm most interested in contemporary classical and film music, but I'm starved to discuss anything--dueling banjos and all! (actually, I like bluegrass and Cape Breton country style)

I discovered a new composer today, Douwe Eisenga, Dutch 50something who sounds like nobody else. At the moment I'm listening to his Requiem Mass, but I also enjoyed his piano concerto earlier today.

I stumbled across him because I was in a weird mood this morning and played music from Requiem for a Dream, then played other music performed by the Kronos Quartet, and Eisenga's piano concerto was buried in a 50-video compilation of Kronos performances.

Is this the place? Is there another place?

=alstro, lapsed fiddler
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