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    Listen: "Nonesuch: Pride," A Playlist

    Happy Pride Month! We're honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City and celebrating Pride with an eclectic playlist of new and classic Nonesuch recordings by LGBTQ+ composers, performers, and allies, starting fittingly with The Magnetic Fields's "'69: Judy Garland" (Garland's funeral took place one day before the Stonewall uprising) and including k.d. lang, Rostam, Nico Muhly, Jeremy Denk, Fred Hersch, and others. You can listen below via Spotify and Apple Music.

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Happy Pride Month! We're honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall uprising and celebrating Pride with an eclectic playlist of new and classic Nonesuch recordings by LGBTQ+ composers, performers, and allies, including The Magnetic Fields, k.d. lang, Rostam, Nico Muhly, Jeremy Denk, Fred Hersch, and others. Listen here via Spotify and Apple Music.

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Happy Pride Month! We're honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City and celebrating Pride with an eclectic playlist of new and classic Nonesuch recordings by LGBTQ+ composers, performers, and allies, starting fittingly with The Magnetic Fields's "'69: Judy Garland" (Garland's funeral took place one day before the Stonewall uprising) and including k.d. lang, Rostam, Nico Muhly, Jeremy Denk, Fred Hersch, and others. You can listen below via Spotify and Apple Music.

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