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SoundNotion 108: Value Proposition

This week we’ve got both kinds of value, the touchy feely kind, and the money kind. San Francisco is on strike, Reznor and Radiohead on giving it away, The Jerusalem Quartet, PLUS – Alexandra Gardner, “…no one who wasn’t there needs to know it was bad.”


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Music is Hard 30: Expectations

This week:
What kinds of music do you really dislike? Why might it be important to try listening to it anyway? What can we learn from music even when we don’t expect to like it? How Dave learned to stop worrying and love Philip Glass.

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Streamers and Punches 17: Daniel in Real Life

We interview film music writer Daniel Schweiger, as well as: download a sample from the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo score, check out the new releases from La-la Land, Grammy noms are out, Zimmer talks DKR score, and our guest interviews Howard Shore.


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SoundNotion – Episode 8 “Seventeen Alto Saxophones”


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  • Matt Schoendorff joins us to talk about his experiences writing for wind ensembles and young musicians.
  • The ongoing saga of the Detroit Symphony continues. The musicians have offered to return to work if DSO administrators agrees to binding arbitration.
  • As of this recording, there has been no official response to the musicians’ offer.
  • Also, the DSO is losing musicians to other orchestras, including it’s entire percussion section.
  • Ben Rosen published an editorial on the Huffington Post this week about the economics of classical music.
  • An National Endowment for the Arts study suggests that while audiences are not attending performances or museums very much, they are interacting with the arts on the web. Remind you of anyone?
  • Trent Reznor (of Nine Inch Nails) and Atticus Ross won an Oscar for their score to the Social Network.
  • Steve Reich is about to turn 75. Happy birthday Steve!
  • Philip Glass is starting a new arts festival in Carmel Valley, California.
  • James Levine resigns his position with the Boston Symphony due to health reasons, allowing him to focus on his duties at the Met.
  • 2011 is the Year of the Composer, but only in Vermont. Some restrictions apply. Void where prohibited.
  • Drew McManus of Adaptistration will be joining us next week to talk about the business side of orchestras in general, and the Detroit Symphony in particular.
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SoundNotion – Episode 2


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  • Detroit Symphony and musicians return to the bargaining table.
  • Anthony Tommasini of the New York Times thinks its a good use of his time to compile a list of the Top 10 composers of all time. We disagree.
  • The Metropolitan Opera is preparing for their first production of John Adams’s Nixon in China.
  • Alan Pierson Shooting to lead the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
  • Live theater broadcasts and “Digital Concert Hall” experiences и from the Met, Berlin wholesale NFL jerseys Philharmonic, LA Philharmonic.
  • Violinist Miranda Cuckson receives praise for taking a detour from her usual contemporary repertoire and turning to some more traditional fare.
  • Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross honored with a Hacked Golden Globe for their score to The Social Network, beating Hans Zimmer’s Equal Inception score.
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