The sounds Morricone created are essential to the language of cinema.
The National Football League, as alas many other folks, might think there is a "black national anthem."
Saluting the mellow sound that signals all is right with the world.
We don’t need the excuse of the Fourth to have American music — but it’s a sweet excuse all the same.
On a music podcast, Music for a While, hosted by Jay Nordlinger.
On Tim Alberta, ace political reporter, and Leontyne Price, ace soprano.
Best known for singing We’ll Meet Again, for Brits, she was the last great living symbol of “the war.”
On a music podcast, featuring Erik Satie, Alma Bazel Androzzo, and other interesting composers.