By David Patrick Stearns - Inquirer Music Critic
PRINCETON - Having long taken pop music hostage, electronically generated sounds often threaten to revolutionize more serious music - why not? - with an infinite variety of timbre and gesture, not to mention the control over such elements that technology offers.
There’s been plenty of resistance in classical music culture, but the Princeton Laptop Orchestra, which had a highly publicized roll-out Tuesday at Richardson Auditorium here, may be the exception. Key people from Philadelphia’s new-music community were in attendance.
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