Hi, Mr. McKnight. Could it be Charles Ives?
I'm having a beauty sleep hearing Tchaikovsky's suite....
Elegie I. In Memoriam, composed in 1917. Thank you.
Sorry, twentieth century avant guard.
Too much barroque, classical and romantic era. Where is the avante-vanguard of old? Of course, we heard Honegger, Delius and Debussy.
Twentieth century music, please!
Or why not Conlon Nancarrow and his studies for player piano?
To many europeans, I might add.
It would be interesting to hear some latinamerican classical music: Chavez, Ginestera, Villa-Lobos, Revueltas, for a change.
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