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…
All too often when new work ceases to be new, it resides in a cast-off limbo, no longer welcome at the table with the new and not yet embraced by the avatars of the tried and true.