Why do so many composers still insist on numbering their works rather than naming them?
The year that was, on the Internet and in our hearts: the coolest writers, videos, and concert calendars on the web, plus new developments in everyone’s favorite 21st-century topic—digital rights management.
How much do journalists need to know about music in order to write about it?
Here’s the skinny on Hong Kong’s music scene.
Composer-pianist John McDonald responds to Byron Au Yong’s Ban The Piano Manifesto.
I’m outta here early this week, kids, so a safe and fabulous Christmakwanzahanukkah to you and yours. A few last tidbits to get you through the last days of 2005.
How’s this for a last minute gift idea: The complete abolition of transposition.
Should we really be satisfied with a narrow cast, even if that’s what we’ve had all along?
If nothing else, can digital technologies discourage composers from creating multi-movement compositions?
Win commissions and influence conductors with some clever word play, keep your drummer in line, and more…