#MusicForWriters: Tristan Perich's Percussionists, Human And Not

‘Blur And Back Again’ When composer Tristan Perich puts his work Parallels on its feet, one of the results is something that Q2 Music’s Hannis Brown correctly identifies as familiar to distance runners: the play of endorphins in an athlete’s sensory fields. Brown writes: It’s¬†music to which any runner can relate.¬†Parallels‘s architecture¬†melts from distinct texture… Read More