Topics include Rob Deemer’s book project, Jeremy Denk and David Lang talk baseball the value of originality (whatever that is), the future of (batonless) orchestras, a new book of graphic notation, new music-rowboat style, and American experimental music.
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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
- Rob Deemer talks about researching his book project (and sits in for Nate on the panel).
- Peanuts and crackerjacks and new music and metaphors. David Lang and Jeremy Denk share a little batting practice over new music.
- Michael Colgrass ponders the value of originality in music.
- The Gaurdian’s Tom Service imagines a world without (as many) batons.
- NPR’s Deceptive Cadence blogs about Theresa Sauer’s collection of graphic scores.
- The panel discusses a concert of new music in Central Park is best heard from a rowboat.
- The panel helps Colin Holter prepare to teach a continuing education class on American experimental music from 1910-1945. He would appreciate any advice you can offer.
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