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Episode #221

Composer John Adams

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Sunday, February 05, 1989

When this New Sounds program first aired in 1989, the American composer and conductor John Adams may have been best known for his opera, “Nixon in China,” written with poet Alice Goodman. For this show, we’ll revisit an interview where Adams talks with host John Schaefer about things other than his opera Nixon in China.
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