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This Week on TRILLOQUY: Opus 158

Pulitzer Prize-winner Jennifer Higdon is one of America’s busiest composers, and her catalogue is even more vast than many people realize. She joins Garrett (49:00) to talk about the Pulitzer win, her late brother, and the influence of East Tennessee on her musical identity. Scott unpacks “The Price of Luck” and highlights a one-man band; […]

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