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Newton composer bowls over Bowie

By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan
October 27, 2006

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If classical music has an "it" composer, Newton's Osvaldo Golijov is "it." Not only was his work the subject of a month long festival at New York's Lincoln Center recently, but now he's been blessed by David Bowie . That's right, the Thin White Duke sings the composer's praises in the new Q magazine: "An Argentine Jew, Golijov has strong ... (Full article: 911 words)

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