Equipoise

I haven’t a clue what Joseph Klein’s music has to do with philosophy beyond titling this chamber piece Occam’s Razor, but it really doesn’t matter. The music just sounds good. I’m afraid if things get any more cerebral, it will spoil all the fun. Like a sonic tickling with counterpoint gone awry, the first movement is a dizzying euphoria that’s actually enjoyable to listen to. Of course composers will be composers and if you’re into the head-trip, go right ahead and read Klein’s liner where he gushes all about the math behind the music. You know you want to…

—RN