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Olga Neuwirth, The Long Rain (2000)

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2009

Excerpt from the music to a film by Michael Kreihsl, based on a story by science-fiction author Ray Bradbury. The story is about four space ship pilots stranded on a planet hostile to life. It is raining incessantly, a circumstance which gradually crushes them

Since the earliest days of her meteoric career, Neuwirth has been an "angry young woman" of new music, for whom, as she herself said in her address, "the meaning of music can't be a matter of soothing people." Rather, "I would like my listeners to be people who consciously think things over, who think for themselves, who regard music and art as a whole as a mirror of human searching, of people who want to grasp how things are, to cast off impositions, and to leap into the unknown and thus become more open and tolerant towards their surroundings."

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