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London Philharmonic Orchestra: Power and provocation

Wednesday March 15, 2017 at 19:30
Royal Festival Hall, London
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  1. The Sinking of the Titanic - Gavin Bryars
  2. Jesus' blood never failed me yet - Gavin Bryars
  3. Music for 18 Musicians - Steve Reich

It starts on the streets between Elephant and Castle and Waterloo Station, with a homeless old man singing quietly to himself. It becomes ... well, there isn't really any way to describe what you'll think or feel next, as Gavin Bryars weaves that broken scrap of human feeling into a sonic experience unlike anything else in 20th-century music. Along with Bryars's haunted soundscape from the sunken Titanic and Steve Reich's groundbreaking Music for Eighteen Musicians, Jesus' blood never failed me yet is a true modern classic: music with the power to provoke, to move, and to leave you transformed.

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