Later The Same Evening
JOHN MUSTO | MARK CAMPBELL Later The Same Evening TROY1109 - Price: $16.99
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Musto's music displays a rare and creative integration of 21st century elements.

John Musto's one-act opera, Later The Same Evening is set in Manhattan in the 1950s and was inspired by a series of paintings by Edward Hopper. Later the Same Evening enjoyed a New York premiere at the Manhattan School of Music. The New York Times lauded "Mr. Musto's musical-theater-like score, which features recurring marimba riffs, chromatic interludes, fugal passages and hints of blues and jazz." Musto's music displays a rare and creative integration of all the idioms available to the 21st century composer.
Contents:
John Musto, composer | Mark Campbell, librettist
Later the Same Evening
Manhattan School of Music Opera Theatre, Michael Barrett, conductor

Review:
"Musto is the real thing, a quite flawless musician, with superb chops and lyric instincts. He's sophisticated as hell and can write a great tune." (Fanfare)
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