TITLE

Protest and Revolution

AUTHOR(S)
Wood, Robin
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Cineaction;2006, Issue 70, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers a discussion regarding global warming and composer Aulis Sallinen in the U.S. The author shared his views on the environmental risks brought about by the rapid technological developments. According to the author, the government must have taken the necessary drastic measures to curb pollution and planet devastation. Meanwhile, the author comments on the death of classical music which for him is infinitely more important as part of American history. He talks about Aulis Sallinen, a well-known composer of an extraordinary oeuvre that includes eight symphonies, six operas, five string quartets, a violin, and a cello concerto.
ACCESSION #
23506960

 

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