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  1. The Zeitgeist Trap

    "Every human generation has its own illusions with regard to civilization; some believe they are taking part in its upsurge, others that they are witness to its extinction. In...

  2. Chaya Czernowin: A Strange Bridge Toward Engagement

    Claiming Chaya Czernowin as an American composer is somewhat disingenuous. Although she currently resides in the United States where she is the Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music at Harvard...

  3. Waste of Time

    Whatever value societies may put on gold or silver, high end perfume, or the Pomerol wine produced by Château Pétrus (I saw a bottle for more than € 4000 at...

  4. Necessary Distance

    ...Frank J. Oteri’s very entertaining recent account...

  5. You See What You Want to See and You Hear What You Want to Hear

    One of the first things Oblio and Arrow noticed about the Pointless Forest was that all the leaves on all the trees had points, and all the trees had points....

  6. Sounds Heard: Pieces from the Past by Philip Corner for the Violin of Malcolm Goldstein

    Philip Corner's 1962 Piece for Malcolm Goldstein by Elizabeth Munro is undeniably an extraordinarily difficult way to open a recording; it's hard to imagine it luring people to listen through...

  7. Sounds Heard: Harley Gaber—In Memoriam 2010

    ... Epstein of the Dan J. Epstein Family Foundation, to...

  8. Shop 'Til You Drop

    Years ago, every supermarket I would go into without fail would always play Muzak™. Apparently the benefits of broadcasting such fare in shopping emporia was that it was supposed to...

  9. A Quilted Culture

    ... translates to American music was exemplified in Frank J...

  10. Monkey Business

    The other day composer Raphael Mostel forwarded me a fascinating story about a macaque monkey in Indonesia who ran off with a camera that belonged to British nature photographer David...

  11. Sounds Heard: Dmitri Tymoczko—Beat Therapy

    Dmitri Tymoczko's recently published book, A Geometry of Music: Harmony and Counterpoint in the Extended Common Practice, is a fascinating attempt at a generalized music theory and is a synthesis...

  12. Sounds Heard: William Schuman—A Free Song, Finally!

    For decades, one of the great lacunae of recorded music has been William Schuman's 1942 Secular Cantata No. 2 – A Free Song, a setting for baritone, chorus, and orchestra...

  13. Sounds Heard: John Aylward—Stillness and Change

    John Aylward's passion for contemporary music has already manifested in a surprising number of ways for someone barely over thirty. An accomplished concert pianist who champions recent compositions, the Tucson-born,...

  14. Might Music be a Limiter of Possibility?

    Even empty staves already impose limits. I have to confess that I was surprised and a little disappointed that only our own Colin Holter responded to Alexandra Gardner’s...

  15. Song of Norway

    Thanks to a staff exchange program sponsored by the International Association of Music Information Centres, I spent last week in Oslo at the Norwegian Music Information Centre along with my...