Doric, Ionic, Corinthian

Score: Mauricio Kagel’s elegant sabotage.
Boston Globe, October 12, 2013.

I know I’ve been terrible about linking to my various writings in this space, but this “Score” column is something that’s been going on for a few months now: the Globe lets me do a calendrical riff on something each week: a concert, an anniversary, a piece of repertoire. The list so far:

October 5: Jehan Alain and the Battle of Saumur
September 28: Carlo Gozzi and The Love for Three Oranges
September 21: The Legendary Pink Dots and the theology of psychedelia
September 14: Henry Brant’s 100th
August 31: Frederic Fradkin and the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s one and only strike
August 24: Duck That! and other musical birdcalls
August 17: Alfred Hitchcock’s Waltzes from Vienna
August 10: Joseph Schuster and other mistaken identities
July 27: The precarious political life of Cardinal Francesco Barbarini
July 13: John Jacob Astor, piano salesman
July 6: The Lyricon and its adherents
June 29: Francis Hopkinson, revolutionary and composer
June 22: The Pythian Games and the birth of music competitions
June 16: Early music connecting Boston and Bloomsday
June 8: John Cage’s Variations III
June 1: The Bach family, for multiple hands
May 27: Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Hollywood moment
May 23: K. 550 and a Bollywood pioneer

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