If nothing else, can digital technologies discourage composers from creating multi-movement compositions?
Can William Bolcom pull off a Nora Jones-style sweep at the the 48th annual Grammy awards?
If a piece of music relies on a lengthy explanation as the key to its enjoyment isn’t something out of whack?
Is a century-long fixation on numbers stifling our music?
Is it easier to hate music because it’s beautiful?
How CDs misrepresent music.
Maybe the new establishment isn’t quite where you think it is.
How does the weather affect music and vise versa?
As they say in the corporate world, time is money, but is there really any correlation between the amount of time a composer devotes to his or her own work and its aesthetic value?
On-hold music is a strange Janus-faced beast. Neither background nor foreground, this forced-listening netherworld sounds like a perfect spot for art to intervene.