Laurie San Martin's nights bright days - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus

4/29/2019; 11 minutes

American composer Laurie San Martin writes music that creates a compelling narrative by exploring the intersection between texture and line. Critics have described her music as exuberant, colorful, forthright, high octane, tumultuous, and intricate. This piece's title, "nights bright days" is borrowed from Shakespeare's Sonnet 43, and reflects its late-night composition. Recorded on 3/17/2019. (#34687)

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