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Tag Archives: Art of Fugue
On this week’s SoundNotion #FoTS Rachel Yoder makes us feel lazy taking time off from being a performer, communications director and writer to join the panel. We talk impossible music, sexist pigs, Art of Fugue (FROM MEMORY!) and Stockhausen’s giant ego.
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- This week on SoundNotion #FoTS Rachel Yoder joins the panel to talk about premiere-hunting, communication skills, 44 contrabass clarinets, clari-blogging, her woodwind quintet and “real” interactive music (it keeps a marriage strong).
- Some guy named Karl finally gets his big break. Mittwoch aus Licht is premiered as part of the Cultural Olympiad in Birmingham England. Helicopters? Not so much.
- Frank J. Oteri contemplates impossible music.
- And you thought that shallow objectification was just for pop-stars. Violinist Nicola Benedetti gets the treatment and Matt Bendoris is a pig. Jessica Duchen experiments with flipping objectification on its head.
- Pianist Taka Kigawa is a crazy person. Need proof?
- RIP Chris Lighty who changed music forever by moving Hip Hop from the fringe to the center and rappers into brands.