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SoundNotion 79: Loud Noises!

This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by singer, educator and self professed Luddite Paul Sperry. We discuss the foible of atonal vocal works, amplification, indeterminacy with Bruno Maderna, tattoo regret, and the week’s news.


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SoundNotion 18: Hall of Famers

Topics include the Library of Congress’s National Jukebox project, Google’s new music service, revising scores, and more.


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  • Sony and the Library of Congress have come together to stream historical recordings from the early twentieth century through the National Jukebox.
  • Google is slowly rolling out a new product to help you listen to your music more conveniently.
  • Apparently, there’s a Classical Music Hall of Fame. Surprisingly, we’re not in it. But as of last week, composers William Bolcom and Phillip Glass are Hall of Famers.
  • New Music Box’s Rob Deemer asks how much time should we spend revising our music after the premiere?
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