The composer George Perle observed when Stravinsky died that the world was without a great composer for the first time in six hundred years. It still is.
From Michael Kimmelman's review of Stephen Walsh's new book Stravinsky: The Second Exile: France and America, 1934–1971 in the current New York Review of Books.
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