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Hearing Antheil's 'Lost Sonatas' Again

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Hearing Antheil's 'Lost Sonatas' Again

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Hearing Antheil's 'Lost Sonatas' Again

Hearing Antheil's 'Lost Sonatas' Again

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NPR's Liane Hansen speaks with pianist and musicologist Guy Livingston. He's just released The Lost Sonatas a recording of the collected music of American composer George Antheil, on Wergo Records. Antheil, a self-proclaimed "bad boy of music," burst onto the international music scene in the 1920s with his outrageous Ballet Mechanique.

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