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“Form Follows Function” – Greenberg, Rand, Wright

I’m not the best person with whom to discuss Ayn Rand. I read a little of her in high school, and that’s about all. Students love her though, so at some time I’ll perhaps need to sit down and read … Continue reading

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Fine Young Cannibals

These composers (Schoenberg, Berg, Webern), all of whom were thought to be highly abstract and intensely intellectual and extremely challenging, would have been instances of pure music of the sort that Greenberg would have valiantly championed. This was stuff which … Continue reading

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