Topics include the Library of Congress’s National Jukebox project, Google’s new music service, revising scores, and more.
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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
- Sony and the Library of Congress have come together to stream historical recordings from the early twentieth century through the National Jukebox.
- Google is slowly rolling out a new product to help you listen to your music more conveniently.
- Apparently, there’s a Classical Music Hall of Fame. Surprisingly, we’re not in it. But as of last week, composers William Bolcom and Phillip Glass are Hall of Famers.
- New Music Box’s Rob Deemer asks how much time should we spend revising our music after the premiere?