Here is the recording of my piece, The Cure at Troy being performed at Le Poisson Rouge. Hopefully I’ll soon have parts to upload for the site along with some analysis for how I constructed the work. I’ll also have a video for you all.
The Cure At Troy
I ran across a really interesting break down of occupational claims created in a data visualization platform called Flare. In it you can search for a specific occupation and the percentage that occupation takes up in the work force. If you search for “musician” you find that the number of people claiming this (or music [...]
Here are the parts, score and recordings to Schubert’s Trout Quintet Rehosted from IMSLP.org.
The Beginning of these video recordings on Youtube are really cheesy:
Schubert Quintet Op. 114, “Trout”
Schubert Trout Quintet, Op. 114 Violin Part Schubert Trout Quintet, Op. 114 Viola Part Schubert Trout Quintet, Op. 114 Cello Part Schubert Trout Quintet, [...]
A week ago Tom Loveless and Michael J. Petrilli had an Op-Ed article ran in the New York Times called “Smart Child Left Behind“. In it, they make the case that high-achieving students are left out of the equation when it comes to academic gains as demanded by the No Child Left Behind Act.
Hello everyone, thanks to all those who attended Circles and Lines last night, and apologies to those who visit to read articles or download sheet music. To the article/sheet music viewers, I’ve been focusing all my attention on that concert for a while now, hence the extremely light posting. But I did get a review [...]