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Tag Archives: Stravinsky
This week on SoundNotion, we discusses a long lost Stravinsky work, the Bard training orchestra announces its first season, the Atlanta Symphony has a new leader, and Kenneth Kirschner of NewMusicBox ponders indeterminacy in the age of digital recordings.
This week on SoundNotion we have composer, writer and highly emotional human being Daniel Asia (yes, that Daniel Asia). We discuss his Huffington Post piece on John Cage, masterpieces & geniuses and what makes music “useful.”
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- This week on SoundNotion we talk to composer and writer Daniel Asia (yes, that Daniel Asia).
- Daniel defends his controversial Huffington Post piece on John Cage and his prepared piano work Sonatas and Interludes.
- The panel takes him to task on genius, masterpieces, form, spirituality, emotion in music, serial techniques, music history, aesthetic point of view (yes, it’s a long one) and the importance of harmony.
- Thanks to Daniel for being such a great sport and Anthony Lanman for suggesting the episode title.