and unfettered vocal writing" 19 was praised, and The Guardian 's critic remarked "Glass has a real affinity for the French text and sets the words eloquently, underpinning them with delicately patterned instrumental textures". 49 Novels and anthologies were published by underground presses; over 1,000 works were published underground over the course of the war. Subsequently, Poland was partitioned again between these two powers and remained under occupation for most of the war. 39 The piece was praised by The Washington Post as "one of the seminal artworks of the century." Einstein on the Beach was followed by further music for projects by the theatre group Mabou Mines such as Dressed like an Egg (1975 and again music. In January 2011, Glass performed at the mona foma festival in Hobart, Tasmania. 11, m "Dinnerstein brings a personal touch to Glass concerto premiere". The reasoning behind this policy was clearly articulated by a Nazi gauleiter : "In my district, any Pole who shows signs of intelligence will be shot." 22 As part of their program to suppress Polish culture, the German Nazis attempted to destroy Christianity vrouw zoekt massage natte flamoes in Poland. New York Classical Review. Typically he would come home and have dinner, and then sit in his armchair and listen to music until almost midnight. Completing the Portrait Trilogy: Akhnaten and beyond edit While planning a third part of his "Portrait Trilogy Glass turned to smaller music theatre projects such as the non-narrative Madrigal Opera (for six voices and violin and viola, 1980 and The Photographer, a biographic study. 38 Queen Bona's 16th century royal casket, looted and destroyed by the Germans in 1939 The Germans were especially active in the destruction of Jewish culture in Poland; nearly all of the wooden synagogues there were destroyed.