Loving Modern Music is Like Falling Off a Boulder

At the first rehearsal I knew I had made a mistake. These was not the familiar pieces by Leroy Anderson or Percy Grainger I had come to expect. Instead, the piece on my stand was by William Duckworth, a composer I had never heard of. This was modern, experimental music and I was out of my depth.

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