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Delights And Dances

Composer Michael Abels has graciously provided me a clip of Delights And Dances, which debuted at Carnegie Hall last week. Click on the link below to stream the last couple of minutes of the piece. As I noted in my earlier post, I know bupkis about classical music. But I’m sure you more erudite readers can edumacate the rest of …

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Composer Michael Abels Makes Triumphant Carnegie Hall Debut

UPDATE: Here’s the NY Times review of the concert. An excerpt: “[T]he program concluded with Michael Abels’s energetic arrangement for string quartet and string orchestra of his ‘Delights and Dances,’ which incorporates jazz, blues, bluegrass and Latino dance elements. The Harlem Quartet played with panache.” Last night Dr. Jeff and I had the privilege of attending composer Michael Abels‘ spectacular …

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