Richard Einhorn: Yesterday Is Not Today

Richard Einhorn Editor Frank J. Oteri visits Richard Einhorn at his studio. New York City — Friday, August 10, 2001, 2:00 P.M. Interview Videotaped and Transcribed by Amanda MacBlane New Music and Old Music The Hermetically Sealed Classical Music Community Schoenberg’s Legacy The Cutting Edge New Music in Older Styles New Music for Early Music […]

View From The East: Moving Music

Greg Sandow I was deeply moved when I heard the premiere of Ingram Marshall‘s Kingdom Come, played by the American Composers Orchestra in 1997, and I wasn’t alone. The piece got an ovation. I left the concert with two members of the ACO’s board. Both had been as touched as I was; one said he’d […]

What I Did on My Summer Vacation

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The amount of music attempting to capture the culture of a specific geographical region is quite remarkable. This August, I embarked on a sonic road trip, as several American composers led me across this great American soundscape.

While the Music Lasts

…you are the musicWhile the music lasts. —T.S. Eliot, “The Dry Salvages” As composers and performers, our work is to make the music—to be the music while the music lasts. Rightfully, we’re usually concerned with what’s happening in our music right now: How are things going with that new piece we’re working on? Where and […]

Jon Magnussen’s E-mail Correspondence with Molly Sheridan

Molly Sheridan corresponded by email with Magnussen to find out more about his plans for the residency in addition to asking him a few philosophical questions about being a composer. A transcript of that exchange appears here. MOLLY SHERIDAN: The artist-in-residence position at the Institute seems like an amazing opportunity for a composer to both […]

Repertoire submitted by award winning orchestras

San Francisco Symphony John Adams El Niño John Adams The Chairman Dances John Adams Lollapalooza John Adams Shaker Loops John Adams Grand Pianola Music George Benjamin Palimpsest Luciano Berio Requies John Cage Dance/4 Orchestras David Carlson Dreamkeepers: Symphonic Sequences Elliott Carter Two Diversions Elliott Carter Retrouvailles Elliott Carter 90+ Peter Maxwell Davies Cross Lane Fair […]

The MP3 Phenomena and Innovative Music Webliography

Books: Bettig, Ronald V. 1996. Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Hacker, Scot. 2000. MP3: The Definitive Guide. Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly & Associates. Hull, Geoffrey P. 1998. The Recording Industry. Boston : Allyn and Bacon. Rathbone, Andy. 1999. MP3 for Dummies. Foster City, CA: IDG Books Worldwide. Focus Groups: […]

Masterprize Finalist: Carter Pann

Carter PannPhoto courtesy of Masterprize Carter Pann may be the youngest of the five Masterprize finalists, but you wouldn’t think it possible after reading through his list of honors. The 28-year-old composer has been recognized with first prizes in the Zoltan Kodaly and Francois d’Albert Concours Internationale de Composition competitions, a concerto commission for clarinetist […]

Masterprize Finalist: Pierre Jalbert

Pierre Jalbert, currently living in Rome as a recipient of the Rome Prize and Fellowship for 2000-2001, says that his involvement in the Masterprize competition has already had a significant impact on his career.