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Tag Archives: Limewire
NewMusicBox’s Molly Sheridan joins us to discuss the American Music Center-Meet the Composer merger. We also discuss the latest from the DSO, the RIAA’s suit against Limewire, and Rob Deemer’s article about architects and chefs.
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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
- The Detroit Symphony musicians and management return to face-to-face negotiations for the first time since February.
- The Syracuse Symphony calls it quits.
- Molly Sheridan, managing editor of NewMusicBox, tells us all about the proposed merger between the American Music Center and Meet The Composer into New Music USA.
- The RIAA seems to think that Limewire owes them more money that probably exists in the world.
- NewMusicBox’s Rob Deemer talks about composers as chefs and architects.
Pick of the week:
- This week: Symphony No. 2 (1957) by Michael Tippett – Amazon MP3 – iTunes
- Next week: Like Dusted Sparks, timpani concerto (2008) by Ken Ueno – iTunes
Bonus pick (recommended by the composer): On a Sufficient Condition for the Existence of Most Specific Hypothesis: On a Sufficient Condition for the Existence of Most Specific Hypothesis, vocal concerto (2010) by Ken Ueno – Amazon MP3 – iTunes