About this title: Because Magnus Lindberg has absorbed myriad avant-garde influences and explored the full range of modernist techniques, his works overflow with fleeting associations -- from Messiaen and Boulez to Ferneyhough and Xenakis -- and overwhelm the listener with startling and even ferocious inventions. Lindberg's music is crammed with events and is often layered in a montage style, creating dense textures similar to the spectral school's stacked sounds. Yet movement is also important to Lindberg, and his elaborate pieces churn ...
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