Pauline Oliveros Frank J. Oteri meets with Pauline Oliveros at Mills College, Oakland CA Wednesday, November 8, 2000, 8:30 – 10:00 p.m. Transcribed by Lisa Kang Defining a Legacy Rethinking the Canon Texas Role Models and Contemporaries Electronics and Indeterminate Music Collaboration and Improvisation Working with Other Musicians: From Quintet of the Americas to Sonic […]
Carl Stone California-based composer, radio host and computer music guru Carl Stone meets NewMusicBox editor Frank J. Oteri at the American Music Center Tuesday, October 17, 2000, 10 AM – 12 p.m. Filmed by Jenny UndercoflerTranscribed by Lisa Kang Formative Experiences The 20th Century and Pre-Recorded Sound Intellectual Property Barbie Getting Sampled vs. Getting Plagiarized […]
An aerial view of the South side of the White House Compiled by Frank J. Oteri andJenny UndercoflerAdditional research by David Hughes The Role of Music in American Life Personal Attitudes About Music Great American Composers Other Favorite Presidential Musicians Music & Diplomacy: International & Domestic The Chief Executive as Music Critic Some Thoughts About […]
John EatonPhoto by Lloyd DeGrane, courtesy of The University of Chicago Chronicle August 3, 2000 – 1:00 to 3:30 pm John Eaton in conversation with Frank J. Oteriat The American Music Center Filmed by Jonathan Murphy and David HughesTranscribed by Karyn Joaquino A Non-Theoretical Approach to Microtonality Writing Microtonal Music and Practical Realities Audience Perception […]
Guitarist Gary Lucas has been one of the most in-demand in the realm of experimental rock for decades. Perhaps best known for his stint with Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band, Lucas was also the electric guitarist for the European premiere of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass. Lucas talks about Beefheart and Lenny as well as his numerous fascinating solo projects.