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  • Henryk Gorecki dies at 76; composer of 'Symphony of Sorrowful Songs'

    Henryk Gorecki dies at 76; composer of 'Symphony of Sorrowful Songs'
    Henryk Gorecki, a Polish composer famous for his Third Symphony, also known as the "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs," died Friday following a serious illness. He was 76.
  • Dispatch from New York: John Lennon and Karlheinz Stockhausen, together at last

     
    When I tell you that "1969," an evening of music, video and theater performed Thursday at the Zankel Hall in New York, and based on the prospect that John Lennon and iconoclastic German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen planned to stage a...

    Before Kayne and after Bach: L.A. pioneer sampler Carl Stone

     
    Carl Stone, the Los Angeles composer, was a pioneer sampler in the 1970s, crafting passages from classical music, jazz and rock into musical works that enchant like Alexander Calder sculptures. Although he was sampling before Kanye West was born, Stone...

    'Opika Pende: Africa at 78 RPM' resurrects a continent's music

     
    Jonathan Ward's ‘Opika Pende' box set resurrects the world of early African music — with a history lesson in the mix. Jonathan Ward's music room in his second-floor Angeleno Heights walk-up is a tight, comfortable space with three walls full.....

    Spring dance preview: Ballet Preljocaj, Savion Glover

     
    Upcoming dance performances of note this spring, by Laura Bleiberg. The dance season picks up steam with some tantalizing "firsts": Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève makes its debut appearance and introduces Los Angeles to works by Benjamin Millepied of...