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nyphil:

Happy Birthday, Charles Ives! Jeremy Denk capped his Philharmonic debut with an encore Saturday night: “The Alcotts” from Ives’s “Concord” Sonata. Watch this nice 92nd Street Y video of him playing it. The pianism continues tomorrow with Lang Lang playing Mozart (http://bit.ly/1mz8kVH).

If “Concord” whet your appetite for more Ives, enjoy Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic’s performance of Ives’s unwieldy Symphony No. 4. The second movement of which incorporates excerpts from the “Hawthorne” movement of the “Concord” Sonata. 

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yourbaristaprobablyhatesyou:

You know there are places that sell better tasting milkshakes for cheaper, right?

Bliss is making a new pitch tendency chart after getting used to new equipment, and having it be pretty close to on the needle the whole time…

haaaaaaaveyoumetted:

this show gives no fucks

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impracticalexpectations:

Our sleeves now come with inspirational Oprah quotes, so I decided to make a few of my own.

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