Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like AfriClassical or boulezian and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2017-09-03. Since then, a total of 867 articles have been written and published by Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts.
With 58 articles published in the last 90 days, Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts is currently a quite active news source. "Quite active" does not mean that Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts is less interesting than another more prolific source or more interesting than a less dynamic source. Each blog follows a specific editorial line, publishing according to its own rhythm.
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The last article in Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts, "Making Peace with My Summer Neighbor", is dated 2020-08-06. By 2019, this source had published 216 articles (156 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, Alex Ross - Unquiet Thoughts has published an average of 20 articles per month.
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Lauren Michele Jackson reviews Beyoncé’s “visual album” “Black Is King,” a cinematic adaptation of “The Lion King: The Gift,” the companion album to Disney’s 2019 remake of the film.
Neima Jahromi writes about the board game Pandemic, which has become more popular during quarantine due to its eerie resemblance to the age of the coronavirus.