Monthly Archives: July 2012

ROBERT BAILEY, R.I.P.

Although I was not ever directly one of his students, I am nonetheless saddened by the loss of this wonderful man and musician. Prof. Bailey was one of the cornerstones of Juilliard’s Music History Department. He was also one of … Continue reading

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Snapshot: “A Day in the Life of a Composer,” or “Why I Don’t Write Much Music”

There are no doubt plenty of professionals who can identify with the following statement: “I could get so much done, if only I didn’t have to _________!” At most I produce one or two works per year. That’s not very … Continue reading

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