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KarlRichter

Et resurrexit, et resurrexit

Along with the “Art of the Fugue” and “The Musical Offering”, Johann Sebastian’s Great Mass (the “B minor”) is the summation of his life’s work. Completed in 1749, the year before he died, and organized in four folders, the middle of the Credo errupts with the proclamation:  “Et resurrexit, et resurrexit”, “and he rose again.” […]

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Pomplamoose, Refinersfire, & MTSU

Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn of POMPLAMOOSE at MTSU          Refinersfire, LLC, and the MTSU School of Music will host Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn, the two musicians of POMPLAMOOSE, for a Q & A session in the Wright Music building on Thursday, 2 October.  The session will be in Rm 117 and […]

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Streaming

Classical & Jazz Hit Hardest?

A month ago we put together an article that was essentially a re-posting of several other great articles about the effects of streaming on the working musician. It asked the question Has Music Become Too Cheap? At nearly 16 million streams for a single musician to make minimum wage, the answer is “yes”. Today we […]

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The Rite of Spring

The Rite of Spring

“These are some of the most revolutionary notes in the whole history of music, the climax of the sacrificial dance of the “Rite of Spring.” So begins Michael Tilson Thomas’ and the San Franscicso Orchestra’s “Keeping Score”, an hour long film about this piece. Most people tend to forget that the “Rite of Spring” is […]

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