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Paul Griffiths’s reviews and articles have appeared extensively in both Britain (Times, Financial Times, Times Literary Supplement) and the United States (New Yorker, New York Times). He has written numerous books on Bartók, Cage, Messiaen, Boulez, Maxwell Davies, twentieth-century music, opera, and the string quartet, and is the author of the recent Penguin Companion to Classical Music. He is also author of The Sea on Fire: Jean Barraqué. He has written the libretto for Tan Dun’s Marco Polo and Elliott Carter’s What Next? as well as several novels, Myself and Marco Polo, The Lay of Sir Tristram, and Let Me Tell You.
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