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8 thoughts on “ Sarah Cahill - A Sweeter Music (CD) ”

  1. A Sweeter Music Everything Sarah Cahill has done as a champion of 20th-and 21st-century classical music in the San Francisco Bay Area—as a music journalist, radio programmer, and concert producer—pales in comparison to her solo piano recordings.
  2. In late 20Cahill developed and performed a new project known under two titles, A Sweeter Music, and Notes on the War: The Piano Protests, where she asked composers for piano music on the subject of peace.
  3. Other Minds' forthcoming release of new works commissioned and performed by pianist Sarah Cahill, A Sweeter Music is a collection of new compositions based on the theme of peace and war, featuring works from composers such as Frederic Rzewski, Terry Riley, Meredith Monk, Yoko Ono, The Residents, Phil Kline, Kyle Gann, Carl Stone, and more.
  4. Collaborative project with piano by Sarah Cahill and video by John Sanborn. HOME. BIO. EXHIBITIONS. MEDIA ART. MOVIES. A SWEETER MUSIC. VIDEO ART. CONTACT. More. A SWEETER MUSIC | VIDEOS
  5. Sarah Cahill conceived of “A Sweeter Music” (borrowing a phrase from Dr. King’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech) as an artistic response to the Gulf War.
  6. The series of 18 pieces in this major commissioning project by the wonderful bay area pianist, producer and new music advocate Sarah Cahill called "A Sweeter Music", it's title taken from a phrase in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Nobel Prize lecture.5/5(2).
  7. Eighteen works resulted, and according to Cahill’s booklet note, those not found here will be recorded for later release. A Sweeter Music premiered at UC Berkeley in , and traveled all over the United States. This recording is not live, however, but was made in at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
  8. Sarah Cahill’s discography includes more than twenty albums on the New Albion, CRI, New World, Tzadik, Albany, Innova, Cold Blue, Other Minds, Irritable Hedgehog, and Pinna labels. Her release A Sweeter Music (OtherMinds) featured musical reflections on war by eighteen eloquent and provocative composer/activists.

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