The relationship between tools and language.
Ellis J. Freedman, a pioneer in the field of intellectual property law who served as legal counsel to Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein and others from three generations of American composers, died on June 16, 2003 from cancer. He was 82 years old. Freedman (b. May 3, 1921 in Albany, NY) practiced law in New York […]
The future of recordings
Photo of Carla Bley by D.D. Rider Tuesday, June 10, 2003 Willow, NY Videotaped by Randy Nordschow Transcribed by Randy Nordschow and Frank J. Oteri Jazz and Non-Jazz Musicians Musical Origins Compositional Techniques and Methods Composing vs. Performing Enjoying Independence New Music Distribution Service Some Great Records Looking for America Promotion Read a complete transcript […]
On Wednesday, June 25, 2003, which was the hottest day of the year thus far, the heat of great music and occasional flaring tempers permeated the otherwise adequately air-conditioned B.B. King‘s Club near New York’s Times Square where the Jazz Journalists Association (JJA) held their Seventh Annual Awards Celebration for excellence in music and journalism. […]
Why theory and practice are inseparable
Frank J. Oteri visits the home of Edward T. Cone Wednesday, January 22, 2003—Noon Princeton, NJ Videotaped and Transcribed by Randy Nordschow Composition as Criticism and Criticism as Composition Writing About Music vs. Writing Music How Music is Born and Popular Recognition On Music Theory Is Anything Beyond Analysis? On Performances Is Analysis and Criticism […]