Monthly archive April, 2013
notesonnotes global is out!

notesonnotes global is out!

notesonnotes global has just been launched, featuring a daily collection of posts drawn from classical music blogs around the world, spanning musicology, interviews, reviews, new classical music and more… Please let me know if you have any suggestions of more blogs you would like follow and any feedback gratefully received. Thanks!    
Classical music websites directory

Classical music websites directory

The beginning of a classical music websites directory with a few of my favourite sites:   Video & music on demand The Space Interesting collection of vidoes, podcasts and digital essays – a ray of clarity in the digital noise! Particularly interesting is Will Self’s digital essay, ‘Kafka’s Wound’ Classical Clips Database of classical music...
Music and the human condition...a quote

Music and the human condition…a quote

If: Monteverdi was the first composer to find musical expression for human passion; and Beethoven, what a terrible struggle it is to be human and to aspire to be godlike; Mozart the kind of music we’d hope to hear in heaven; Bach is the one who bridges the gap. He helps us to hear the...
Bach Marathon Highlight

Bach Marathon Highlight

The Easter Bach Marathon took place yesterday at the Royal Albert Hall with an amazing collaboration marking Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s 70th birthday. Having tuned in throughout the day, a particular highlight was Gardiner’s explanation and analysis of Bach’s Easter Cantata Christ lag in Todesbanden which brought the work, its background and the 22-year-old Bach...
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