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  1. Walking the Walk

    I spent the latter half of last week in Hollywood, California, for the ASCAP "I Create Music" Expo, an event which inspires my once-a-year trek there each April. This...

  2. Sounds Heard: Americans in Rome

    Mark Wingate—Sombra No. 1 Purchase CD from Bridge Records Various Artists: Americans in Rome—Music by Fellows of the American...

  3. The Ear of the Behearer

    Last Friday I was invited to participate in an on-air conversation on WNYC with John Schaefer and Paul D. Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky "That Subliminal Kid"). In 40 minutes...

  4. Canaricans Unite!

    I spent the lion's share of last week in Toronto, Canada, for the first half of the 2009 Conference of the International Association of Music Information Centres. These conferences...

  5. "We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical."

    It's good to be back home after a marathon jaunt to three conferences in three different North American cities these past two weeks—the 2009 general assembly of the International Association...

  6. Sounds Heard: Robert Ward—First Symphony and Other Works

    Robert Ward - 2nd Movement from Quintet for Oboe and String Quartet Purchase: Robert Ward: Quintet for...

  7. Teschemacher and the Tastemakers

    One of the things I've benefited from in preparing for talks with people for NewMusicBox over the past decade has been learning about totally unrelated ancillary stuff. Most recent example:...

  8. Sounds Heard: James Mulcro Drew—Animating Degree Zero

    James Mulcro Drew - Bonaroo Breaks (Street Funeral Music) Purchase: James Mulcro Drew: Animating Degree Zero ...

  9. Making Sense of the Perfume of Hearing

    My summer reading list of books about olfactory sensations finds me now voraciously devouring Diane Ackerman's A Natural History of the Senses, a national bestseller when it first came...

  10. The Dirty Little Secret of Timbre

    I've always had a weakness for the music of French composer Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924). It started when I learned a few of his mélodies in my high school voice class...

  11. Coming to Terms with the Wobblies

    ArtsJournal has a link to a tantalizingly short essay in the Science Times section of The New York Times about vibrato ("Thrills and Trills" by C. Claiborne Ray). According to...

  12. Sounds Heard: Michael Tenzer—Let Others Name You

    Michael Tenzer—Underleaf (Excerpt) Purchase: Michael Tenzer: Let Others Name You New World Records 80697-2 Initially...

  13. No Geniuses Among Us This Year?

    While I am always thrilled when a creative artist in any discipline is recognized for his or her achievements in our society, it was rather disheartening to see that there...

  14. The Best of Times, The Worst of Times

    In the "Can you believe the things that clog up my email inbox?" department, yesterday I received an all-caps "MEDIA ALERT" announcing that "the Romantic era is tops with fans"...

  15. "The Biggest Disaster in the History of Art"

    "No one knows a thousand odours by name. Even I don't know a thousand of them by name, at best a few hundred, for there aren't more than a few...