Modern Romantic 

Richmond composer Walter Braxton deals with life in the forms of musical notation.

One of Richmond’s most prolific composers writes music nobody hears. An opera in five acts, two string quartets, five symphonies, 12 chamber pieces, 15 preludes for the piano. All composed painstakingly by hand, with pen and ruler on staff paper. But…

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