Sleep through my piece, please, composer Max Richter says

LONDON (Reuters) – People since time immemorial have been dozing off in concert halls. Now British composer Max Richter has written an eight-hour-long piece called “SLEEP” which he says is designed to make people nod off during the performance — with beds provided.

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