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SoundNotion 130: Occupy ScoreStreet

This week on SN, Dave MacDonald interviews Marc Ostrow about ScoreStreet, his new one stop shopping venture for new music composers and performers. Naming SaveOurSymphonyMN.org, Congress reviews US copyright law, Chia-Jung Tsay sees music differently.
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SoundNotion 74: Whatever Happens, Happens

This week, pianist Jeremy Denk joins the panel to give us some insight into Ligeti’s piano études, we dissect Emily White’s blog post on NPR’s All Songs Considered, we discuss the rules in the new media-old media war, and much more!


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Music is Hard 29: SOPA

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What’s all this business about SOPA and PIPA? Why is the internet so up (or down) in arms? How might this legislation affect classical music? Why should you care?

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Ars Technica: PIPA Support Collapses
I’m Just a Bill

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SoundNotion 42: The One with Alex Ross

Alex Ross joins the panel to talk about his career as a music critic, the release of the paperback edition of Listen to This, copyright law, the Occupy Museum movement, and much more!


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SoundNotion 22: Violagate!

Topics include the Violagate scandal, a festival of toy piano music, ASCAP / League of American Orchestras awards for adventurous programming, classical music and copyright at the U.S. Supreme Court, and more.


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  • Violagate! The much-maligned instrument finds itself at the center of a concert hall standoff. Things don’t end well for the viola. (diminished chord)
  • The toy piano gets a big boy sized festival.
  • Holly Mulcahy gives us a break from the doom and gloom in the classical music scene with 10 GOOD THINGS she’s noticed lately. And she’s collecting more.
  • ASCAP and the League of American Orchestras present 26 Adventurous Programming awards to orchestras in the US. BIG SURPRISE – Detroit, Philadelphia, Honolulu, New Mexico and Louisville didn’t make the list.
  • Maestro Lawrence Golan at the University of Denver takes a plea for fair use all the way to the Supreme Court. No pressure Larry; the fate of cultural exchange in the United States is in your hands.
  • Self-publishing makes things so much easier for composer – right? David Smooke talks distribution, licensing and how to responsibly give things away for free.


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