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  1. Composers (and other artists): Does It Take One to Know One?

    The death of writer Norman Mailer ten days ago has brought to my mind two Mailer books about artists not himself: Picasso and Henry Miller. Very likely I thought of...

  2. Dual Threat Composers and Professional Hat Tricks

    My previous column—meant to elicit eurekas that yes, artists do indeed have unique insights into their fellow artists, necessarily different from critics' and scholars'—sure didn't evoke a "shock of recognition"...

  3. The Newest Philistinism: History-Phobic Composers

    This column is an open letter addressed to whichever young composition students may chance to read it: A colleague of mine who teaches at a leading conservatory (this is not...

  4. Composers Who Go Against Typecasting

    Like almost everyone I spoke to, I very much liked Elliott Carter's What Next?, which was performed at Miller Theatre last week. (I attended the performance on the composer's 99th...

  5. How Good Is Your Ear? (Part 1)

    I have a colleague—a performer, not a composer—who has absolute pitch and can sight sing anything. Repeatedly, this colleague has regaled me with anecdotes from working with well-known composers who,...

  6. Elmer Gantry vs. An American Tragedy: Grass-Roots vs. Trickle-Down Opera

    Perhaps the novels of Sinclair Lewis and Theodore Dreiser are considered as pre-modern and démodé as H. L. Mencken in some literary salons, but they have provided fodder for a...

  7. Why Concert Halls and Live Performance Still Matter

    Much ink has been spilled (now there's an outdated metaphor) on NMBx pages of late on the alleged obsoleteness of the concert hall in the age of iPod, or its...

  8. Minstrel Shows: Disgrace or America's Progenitive Entertainment Form?

    Well, of course they were a disgrace—what else can one call music performed by slave masters which mockingly imitates their enslaved charges? (How many people reading this already know that...

  9. Tone-deaf vs. Musicophilic Intellectuals

    Sigmund Freud not only founded psychoanalysis, he found the time to write and publish some twenty-odd volumes of prose encyclopedically covering the human condition, works of sufficient literary dimensions that...

  10. VNPAC: Blogging Through the 2nd Jazz Education Network Conference—The 1st Day

    ... registering and settling into my N. Broad Street digs by 8... Lounge (925 N. Robertson Street) to hear snare drummer...

  11. Will Peter Gelb Become the Sheldon Meyer of Opera?

    It is now a year since Peter Gelb assumed the post of general manager at the Metropolitan Opera, and the Met has just announced that it is expanding Gelb's signature...

  12. Vachel Lindsay, Founding Father of Performance Art?

    "Boom-lay, boom-lay, boom-lay, BOOM" "O bronco that would not be broken of dancing." "I brag and chant of Bryan, Bryan, Bryan." "Are you washed...

  13. Diamanda Galás: The Extended Voice as Singing Id

    Before the late 20th century, Western art only infrequently depicted violent cruelty and transgressive emotion. Sure, Picasso painted Guernica, and Gloucester gets his eyes gouged out live on stage in...

  14. OK, So What Is "New Music Theater"?

    In a self-post appended to my previous blog on Vachel Lindsay, I corrected myself for stating that performance art necessarily involved music. What, then, do we call performance art with...

  15. Unknown YouTube: CyberLouvre of Lost Music/Theatre Treasures

    Only a few short years ago while I was researching my book, The Rise and Fall of the Broadway Musical, the only accessible source in New York of archival film...