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This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by composer, NYC Music Services owner and Sibelius Blog author Philip Rothman. We discuss engraving platforms and nerd out over a printer. Also, the music world says goodbye to Gunther Schuller and James Horner.
- Philip Rothman
- Sibelius Blog
- Interview with Ben Finn: part 1, part 2
- Dave’s take on Sibelius
- NYC Music Services
- Einstein on the Beach doc on Kickstarter
- Boston Conservatory/Berklee College of Music merger
- Gunther Schuller
- James Horner
- Taylor Swift/Apple Music
- Daniel Spreadbury on SoundNotion 118
- Daniel again on SoundNotion 204
This week on SoundNotion, RighteousGIRLS (Erika Dohi and Gina Izzo) join the panel to discuss the release of their new album “gathering blue,” featuring works by an eclectic group of composers.
Apple Music is revealed. The world remembers Ornette Coleman. So Percussion rocks Bonnaroo.
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.
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by clarinetist (and friend of the show) Rachel Yoder. She fills us in on life in Seattle, a new Madera Wind Quintet coming in October on PARMA Recordings and how much babies love clarinet multiphonics!