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‘SUMMERTIME AND THE LIVING IS…reasonably good were it not for those infernal wasps’ as DUBOSE HEYWARD SUFFERS FROM LYRICISTS BLOCK!

December 1933; 1019 North Roxbury Drive, Los Angeles: George Gershwin is at home piecing together songs for his forthcoming opera Porgy and Bess. Things have gone blindingly well particularly so with most of the melodies done and dusted. 510 more words

New! "Little Blues Concerto"

Eugenie Rocherolle is a composer, lyricist, pianist, and teacher.  Her works are known internationally.  This new piece for two pianos, four hands, “Little Blues Concerto… 94 more words


Portsmouth District Composers Alliance

Each year Portsmouth Music Club give a platform to members of the Portsmouth District Composers Alliance, offering an opportunity for a performance of their compositions. 94 more words

Bruckner online

Bruckner online is a large-scale Anton Bruckner Internet portal that includes complete digital copies of all manuscripts and first editions along with information on relevant persons and places.  94 more words


A Conversation with Brad Kelley

Yesterday, I had the amazing privilege of speaking with renowned composer Brad Kelley!  Mr. Kelley is a renowned and well-traveled composer having written music for Universal Studios, Paramount Parks, McDonalds, IBM, and, currently, … 393 more words


Theater in Review: The Best of the 2014-2015 New York Season

It’s over, according to the Tony Awards people. So here’s my top five, along with some mention of excellent performances with a one word description. 509 more words


Composer series: an interview with Ailie Robertson

In the next of our series on young composers, Ailie Robertson describes her musical aesthetic, the influence of folk music on her compositions and her research into the harp.

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