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Frederic Rzewski (born Westfield, Massachusetts, 1938) studied music first with Charles Mackey of Springfield, and subsequently with Walter Piston, Roger Sessions, and Milton Babbitt at Harvard and Princeton Universities. He went to Italy in 1960, where he studied with Luigi Dallapiccola and met Severino Gazzelloni, with whom he performed in a number of concerts, thus beginning a career as a performer of new piano music.…

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  • The version of Attica I have is on an album by Group 180: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Works-Reich-Group-180/dp/B00000305Z/ref=sr_1_9?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1369219692&sr=1-9&keywords=Group+180
  • ? this isn't getting many plays yet http://www.last.fm/music/Frederic+Rzewski/New+Works+by+Frederic+Rzewski
  • coming together is a masterpiece [2]
  • Rzewski has suss fans.
  • coming together is a masterpiece
  • Sorry, this way should be easier: http://clasiforonuevo.superforos.com/viewtopic.php?t=876
  • I have managed to collect some of Rzewski's recordings, specially Coming together, Attica and Les moutons de Panurge, here: wwww.clasiforo.es in Musica viva, thread Rzewski
  • and Rzewski again!! His music his piano sounds so strongly and gently in such dark era.
  • I know there is a version of Attica on Main drag. I'm not sure if it's anywhere else, though...
  • what album is attica on?

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