So blue, so clam.
So blue, so clam.
Russian-Canadian composer Nikolai Korndorf's phenomenal string quartet.
From the page: "Land's End Composer's Competition Finalists Announced!
Congratulations to Thomas Weideman, André Mestre and Carmen Braden, our three finalists for this year's composer's competition! Land's End's 14th annual competition will take place in conjunction with University of Calgary School of Creative and Performing Arts on March 4, 7:30 PM at the Rosza Centre, U of C."
Classical music radio station/internet radio out of Winnipeg, MB, Canada.
From the page: "Jan. 29-31 â" Newfound Music has hit its 11th year and is happening at Memorial Universityâs School of Music. This year features composer-in-residence Jocelyn Morlock, and also Memorial Alumni guest composers Aiden Hartery and Bekah Simms.
Jan. 29 â" âoeI Conversed With You in A Dream.â
Jan. 30 â" âoePetrichor.â
Jan. 31 â" âoeSomewhere Along the Line.â"
From the page: "fish"
Info about Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Haas.
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Resonates with me.
From the page: ""In the case before us, however, there is no such separate purpose on the part of the teacher. Teachers have no ulterior motive when providing copies to students. Nor can teachers be characterized as having the completely separate purpose of âoeinstructionâ; they are there to facilitate the studentsâ research and private study. It seems to me to be axiomatic that most students lack the expertise to find or request the materials required for their own research and private study, and rely on the guidance of their teachers. They study what they are told to study, and the teacherâs purpose in providing copies is to enable the students to have the material they need for the purpose of studying. The teacher/copier therefore shares a symbiotic purpose with the student/user who is engaging in research or private study. Instruction and research/private study are, in the school context, tautological.""
Harp and cello music!
I will be glad to see Margaret Wente go.
Aeromancy (excerpt) for two cello soloists and orchestra.
Microtonal musical instruments.
I get my own concert. Woot!