Monthly Archives: November 2011

Symposium: The Black Composer in Classical Music

L’Amant Anonime by Chevalier Joseph Bologne de Saint-Georges           On Sunday afternoon, October 30th, a panel of distinguished musicians and others gathered for the symposium “The Black Composer in Classical Music: Talent to be Known” to discuss classical composers of African origin.  Organized by Richard Greene, educator and researcher at Temple … Continue reading

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Dvorak Serenade for Strings Free Download

From Margaret Loebe at Alexander Street Press: Free Classical Music Download Antonin Dvorak ‘s “Serenade for Strings in E, op.22” The featured download from Classical Music Library is Antonin Dvorak’sSerenade for Strings in E, op.22, performed by the Ensemble Instrumental de Grenoble, Marc Tardue, conducting. For more information, and to download this track, click here: Download now! More information … Continue reading

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Journal of New Music Research 40/3, 2011

from AMS-L Journal of New Music Research, 40/3, 2011 Special Issue: New Paradigms for Computer Music http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/nnmr20/40/3 Letter from the Guest EditorsDamián Keller, Marcelo Queiroz, Marcelo Soares Pimenta, Regis Rossi Alves Faria Profiling New Paradigms in Sound and Music TechnologiesRegis Rossi Alves Faria Principles for Music Creation by Novices in Networked Music EnvironmentsEvandro Manara Miletto, … Continue reading

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Journal of Jazz Studies

  From Henry Martin at Rutgers University Library:   The Journal of Jazz Studies is pleased to announce that issue 7.2 (fall, 2011) is now available. Our peer-reviewed journal is published online by the Rutgers University Libraries. Individual articles are available for downloading at http://jjs.libraries.rutgers.edu Contents and brief abstracts: Psychoacoustic Foundations of Contextual Harmonic Stability in … Continue reading

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Free Classical Music Download!

From Margaret Loeb at Alexander Street Press: Classical Music Download Johannes Brahms’ “9 Lieder und Gesange, Op. 32a” Our featured download from Classical Music Library is Johannes Brahms’9 Lieder und Gesange, Op. 32, performed by Maciej Pikulski, piano, and Jose Van Dam, baritone. For more information, and to download this track, click here: Download now! More information about this … Continue reading

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