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Morgan Wallen Returns to No. 1 With Year’s Biggest Debut

UPDATED: Mon., March 13, 2023

Two years after being momentarily shunned by the music industry — but not most listeners — for using racist language, pop-country singer Morgan Wallen has another blockbuster album on his hands: “One Thing at a Time,” his third LP, debuts at No. 1 this week on the Billboard chart with the largest sales of the year so far.
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Concert review: Chip Phillips’ clarinet lights up two very different Northwest Bachfest performances

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 27, 2023

The great themes of human suffering and the struggle to escape it through religious or political means have inspired many composers to write works that call for massive performance forces, including augmented orchestras, vocal and instrumental soloists and choruses. One thinks, for example, of the requiems of Verdi and Berlioz, Beethoven’s ninth symphony and Missa Solemnis.
A&E >  Entertainment

BachFest is back at the Barrister

UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 23, 2023

“I get by with a little help from my friends,” is one of the most indelible messages from the Beatles. Zuill Bailey’s mentor Paul Rosenthal is down with the Fab’s view.

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