From a Composer’s Resurgence, a Masterpiece Rises

The The New York Times writes about composer Julius Eastman’s meditative, sprawling “Femenine” that’s being explored around the world, 31 years after his death.

“Black and gay when few experimental composers were either, Eastman was an impish, provocative fixture on the New York scene into the 1980s, but drifted into mental illness and homelessness, and

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