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Out of the tragedy of the September 11th terrorist attacks has come some incredible music in tribute. We take a look at some of the very best pieces written by composers from America and beyond, whether they were there when the attacks happened or were simply inspired by the events themselves.
With text written by poet Quincy Troupe and playwright Allan Havis, this oratorio by Anthony Davis takes in the fictionalised testimonies of pilots, the terrorists and the victims. It's a bold, engaging work, and utilises electronics in its instrumentation too.
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