Julius Eastman :: Femenine

"...wild, grand, delirious, demonic, an uncontainable personality surging into sound," wrote Alex Ross in his January essay about Julius Eastman for The New Yorker. Though he died in 1990, Eastman's work has steadily amassed a following in the years since.

In 2016, the Frozen Reeds label issued his S.E.M. Ensemble recording of his composition Femenine. Featuring piano, reeds, violin, synthesizer, percussion, and mechanized sleigh bells (an invention of . . .

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