SoundNotion 206: Municipal Gymnasium

This week on the SoundNotion, the panel discusses the cost of total serialism (20,000 Euro turns out), an online catalog of John Cage’s works, and we decide that building community is important but we’re not sure how to do it or what we mean by community.

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  • Anthony Lanman

    The title of this show should have been, “Hand-wavy, TED talk BS”.

    • davemacdo

      Interestingly enough, I think that was under consideration. However, I try to think about possible misinterpretations when we do the titles, and I didn’t want to give the impression that we were calling the article BS.

      • Anthony Lanman

        Oh yes – I realize that. It was a great article. I just like the phrase “Hand-wavy, TED talk BS”. :)

        • Shaya L.

          Thanks, Anthony and Dave!

  • Dean Rosenthal

    I found this a very stimulating Podcast conversation wrt to the article on community by Shaya Lyon, TED-talk barbs and all. Smart contributions by all panelists. Well worth addressing…and I did discover SoundNotion.tv via your coverage of the article – expanding community. It is a real thing. If you participate, anyway.

  • Dean Rosenthal

    Thanks for discussing the Shaya Lyon (female) article…lots of very smart comments from the panel and I did indeed discover your podcast today.

    • davemacdo

      Thanks for your kind words about the show, Dean. And of course, welcome to our communty. :-)

      • Shaya L.

        Can I join, can I join??

        • davemacdo

          Thanks for stopping by, Shaya. I’m really enjoying the column on NMBx. Can’t wait to read your collaboration thoughts in the next one. It’s something I spend a lot of time thinking about for the show because the panelists haven’t lived in the same state for the last three or four years. And sorry for butchering your name on the podcast.

    • Shaya L.

      Thanks for clarifying, Dean!