I'm going to be out of town the next few days, enjoying the Maine foliage. I'll let this tip of the hat to Morton Feldman serve as space filler. May the rest of your week be quiet & weird.
“There’s an aspect of my attitude about being a composer that is like mourning. Say, for example, the death of art . . . something that has to do with, say, Schubert leaving me.” He also admitted, “I must say, you did bring up something that I particularly don’t want to talk about publicly, but I do talk privately.”
Both quotations via Alex Ross. Thanks.