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Tag Archives: premieres
Tim provides anecdotal evidence of composers writing an increasing number of short works. Is this a trend that should concern us? What is the importance of scale to our perception of new works?
Just last week, Tim premiered a new work by Dave. How do composers and performers see the process of premiering a work differently? How is giving the first performance of a new work different from performing other works?
This week, we recorded the show right before Tim heads to far-off Tempe, Arizona for the North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference to premiere a new work by Dave. What’s the point of conferences? How do we take advantage of the opportunities they afford us?
NASA Biennial site