The Later Diaries of Ned Rorem: 1961–1972 by Ned Rorem

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The Later Diaries of Ned Rorem: 1961–1972

'“Rorem commands a rare gift of immediacy, a flair for verbal poignancy. He is never less than credible and creditable. He is magnificently committed to his own ideals, wondrously immune to cliché.” —Los Angeles Times “Rorem is not only a remarkable composer of music, but also a marvelous writer.” —James Dickey, author of Deliverance“This diary is as engaging to read as his Paris and New York diaries were, but it has a new and somehow moving tone. . . . [These diaries] may well turn out to be an enduring twentieth-century documentary.” —The New Republic'
'“Rorem commands a rare gift of immediacy, a flair for verbal poignancy. He is never less than credible and creditable. He is magnificently committed to his own ideals, wondrously immune to cliché.” —Los Angeles Times “Rorem is not only a remarkable composer of music, but also a marvelous writer.” —James Dickey, author of Deliverance“This diary is as engaging to read as his Paris and New York diaries were, but it has a new and somehow moving tone. . . . [These diaries] may well turn out to be an enduring twentieth-century documentary.” —The New Republic'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480427723 Pages: 439