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Tribute to Moondog

Composer Frank Pahl has put together this set of classic pieces by the legendary composer Louis Hardin aka Moondog in honor of his birthday. The combos Scavenger Quartet will perform, as well as the Lovely and the Wretched. Blind for most of his life, Moondog was first known as a New York street person, “the Viking of 6th Ave.” New York Philharmonic conductor Artur Rodziski was an early fan of his idiosyncratic, repetitive work. That resulted in Moondog being recorded as early as 1953, making him one of the original architects of minimalist music. This will be awesome. Doors at 8 p.m.; 1464 Gratiot Ave., Detroit; trinosophes.com; $8.

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    1464 Gratiot Ave., Detroit Greater Detroit Area

    (313) 737-6606 (FAX); (313)

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