From the last Broadway Bach Ensemble concert, here’s the Mozart “Linz” Symphony. Put it on your iPod, or click on the gizmos to listen.
The composer Donald Erb died the other day, at age 81. A prof at the Cleveland Institute, he was big on the scene in the ’70s when I was first paying attention to “serious” music. “Serious” is in quotation marks, because Erb was sort of an exemplar of how unserious and fun that music could […]
Thanks to the Analog Arts Ensemble for pointing to this outstanding example of the sheer wiggyness that was the ’60s avant garde. Stockhausen’s two-hour “mixtape” of national anthems, shortwave radio noise, morse code, electronic modulations and more is available in the form of a Stockhausen jukebox (one of the most ambitious Flash movies I’ve ever […]