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The background about Lost Objects by David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Michael Golden Name Subject Professor Date Lost Objects Bang-on-a-Clan ensemble of Michael Gordon, David Lang, and Julia Wolfe were the brains behind the Lost Objects , which is primarily about the apparent realistic loss of things, people, ideas, and rituals. The musical production features three of the greats who work in sync to deliver a hugely important song. Together with the iconic polyphonic writer Deborah Artman, the team achieves in producing a beautiful combination of sound and lyrics. The Bang-on-a-Clan producers incorporate other artists in the production to come up with a legendary song. Thus, the Lost Objects combines many musical features that different parties bring in. The fundamental purpose of this essay is to discuss the background of the Lost Object. The oratorio of Lost Objects came into existence in 2001 when the Bang-on-a-Clan trio of composers teamed up with Köln Orchestra and DJ Spooky. 1 The primary focus of the Lost Objects was on lost things, as well as how they disappeared. The loss varies from minor items 1 Sean Atkinson, "Musical, Textual, and Visual Meanings in Bang on a Can's "Lost Objects." Indiana Theory Review, Vol. 30, No. 2 , 2012: 1-26
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Surname 2 such as clothing to more pressing matters as children. Additionally, it focused on what to do in case we recover the assets. There is an indirect reference to lost things from the Jewish religious book, the Talmund. The Lost Objects’
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