Galen’s Take a Friend to Orchestra (TAFTO) piece is up today on Drew McManus’ Adaptistration blog.  Good reading for a nasty, rainy day.

Frank J. Oteri will be interviewing Olga Neuwirth at the Philadelphia Center for Arts and Heritage tomorrow in a special one-on-one composer discussion produced by the Philadelphia Music Project.  Details here.  If you’re in Philadelphia and want to go and write about it, let me know and I’ll get you in.

Catch Corey Dargel on this week’s episode of Steve Paul’s Puppet Music Hall.  The whole episode is ici and free.

Some good morning music for your dining and dancing pleasure.  A nice piece called “Baile” by Argentinian composer Francisco Colasanto, played by Marco Antonio Mazzini, who thinks it may be the first and only work for contrabass clarinet and electronics written in South America.

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3 Responses to “Thursday is Link Love Day”
  1. Thanks for considering here! Just to let you all know, the score of this work is available for free at the composer’s website:

    http://www.fcolasanto.com.ar/sitio/obras.htm

    Just click here it says “Bajar partitura”…

    Saludos,

  2. This is a cool piece! I love the bass clarinet, and I don’t think I’ve heard too many pieces for contrabass, particularly by itself. What a rich sound.

    Great job, Marco!

  3. Thanks Anthony for your nice comment!

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