Adams: The Dharma at Big Sur; My Father Knew Charles Ives


John Adams has been honest – unusually so among composers – about the sources of inspiration for two recent orchestral scores. Even so, you wouldn’t need to know the music of Terry Riley or Lou Harrison or the novels of Jack Kerouac to appreciate that his two-part concerto for electric ...

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