If somebody internalized the music of Philip Glass, it is Matt Haimovitz. The long term collaboration between Glass and Haimovitz led to a second big solo work for cello: Partita No. 2.
Leonard Bernstein composed MASS in 1971 as a memorial to mark the opening of the Kennedy Center at the request of Jacqueline Kennedy. Bernstein even produced an arrangement for cello and piano – Three Meditations from MASS.
Aaron Copland, who was revered by Bernstein, captured the American landscape and way of life in the 1940s and 50s in his evergreen compositions.
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