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MUSIC REVIEW; California EAR Unit returns to start a lively conversation
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Woodard, Josef
Date: Nov 27, 2002
Start Page: E.3
Section: Calendar; Part E; Calendar Desk
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It was nice to hear again from composer Daniel Lentz, the formerly Los Angeles-based para-Minimalist with a knack for fusing mischief and beauty. Such balance defines his new reworking of a 1975 piece, "Song of the Siren." Vicki Ray's florid piano sweeps -- made extra florid via looping -- mixed with Marty Walker's impressionistic clarinet lines and Amy Knoles' cool and careful recitation of phonemes, all assembled through delay machinery into the stuff of dreams, simultaneously lucid and fuzzy.

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