excerpt from 'Lies: A Diary 1986-1999' pp. 188 (53 words)

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Listened anew to The Desert Music. I'd forgotten - among its other attributes (so few) - how nicely vulgar Steve Reich's music is. Philip Glass is pristine by virtue of using mainly triads. But Reich, with his female chorus cooing, evokes the 13th-chord harmonies of 1940s dance bands filtered through Debussy's Sirènes.

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