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by Jorge ⌂ @, New York, Friday, March 01, 2019, 04:32 (451 days ago) @ DouglasCar

I'm interested in medicare newspaper To our ears, a composer from three generations earlier, such as Josquin des Prez (who was No 6 in my playlist), sounds pretty near perfect already. In fact, he’s full of quirks, whereas there are no quirks in Palestrina. His music obeys the rules so perfectly that it became the basis of music education for centuries (when I was a student, I had to compose in Palestrinian style, and it was excruciatingly hard). That sounds like a recipe for dullness, but Palestrina is anything but. Perfection comes over as radiance, which can be moving in itself – as this little piece shows.


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