No, this isn’t a hurricane/earthquake story. This weekend, the Washington Post did a roundup of arts-related stories about the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. I wrote one article about classical music’s ceremonial role at times of mourning, and one touching on just a few of the many, many works of music that have been written to commemorate the event. (John Corigliano, Stephen Paulus, Steve Reich, Robert Moran are just a few of the composers who have created works this year.)
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