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June 23, 2017

The Real Mick Rock Iggy Pop – 1973

Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise Season wrap-up at the Met and NY Phil

Departures and Arrivals. The New Yorker, July 3, 2017.

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Classical-Music.com James Rhodes interviews Justin Trudeau

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25 June 2017 – 6:45pm

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As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary year, James Rhodes travels to Canada to look at the life and career of legendary Canadian pianist Glenn Gould, in a programme that features an interview with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.  

Here's an extract from their conversation…

James Rhodes is a massive Glenn Gould Geek: throughout his childhood he listened to Gould’s recordings, had posters of him on his bedroom walls, and in the years since, those recordings have helped James through some of his darkest times.

Gould is globally famous today not just for his astounding recordings as a pianist but also his many idiosyncrasies; humming throughout his performances, abandoning the concert stage in his early thirties, obsessive hypochondria, bundling himself up in winter coats and hats in the middle of summer, and soaking his arms and hands in hot water are just a few.

Beyond all this, however, Gould was at heart a futuristic visionary. As early as the 1950s he saw the potential for technology to both serve and liberate the artist and audience. A prolific writer and broadcaster, he expounded on ideas around listeners curating their own audio experience and editing their own versions of performances. He foresaw a time when artistic careers could be pursued entirely through electronic media, which in turn would have significant effects on human psychology and behaviour: so much so that product designers at Apple have recently been exploring Gould’s ethos as a source of inspiration for future technology.

James travels to Toronto, the city Gould called home, seeking out the real Glenn; the visionary who left us not just a rich legacy of recordings, but one of colourful ideas too. He tracks down his very closest acquaintances and finds them not just open and honest but fiercely loyal to Glenn and still deeply moved by their memories 35 years after his untimely death.

Also in the programme, James meets Justin Trudeau to discuss the country's colonial past, diverse present and promising future: a future which may well produce the next Glenn Gould…

To find out more about the programme, click here.

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Ionarts News: Alan Gilbert Goes to Hamburg

When Alan Gilbert was named the Music Director of the New York Philharmonic in July of 2007, the classical music world did its best impression of one of those cartoon-double takes and a Tim Allen grunt. The New York Phil had courted Riccardo Muti to continue to lead them out of their era gerontology (Kurt Masur 1991-2002 and Lorin Maazel 2002-2009), one of the biggest names in the industry (if

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JazzWax Videos: Sue Raney, 1963

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In August 1963, West Coast singer Sue Raney appeared on the Australian TV program Brian Henderson’s Bandstand. Henderson was a newsreader on the country’s Nine Network and hosted its music show from 1958 to 1972. Sue was likely in Australia to perform and promote one of her Capitol releases. These videos of her performances went up at YouTube a month ago and were sent along by Steve Taylor:

Here’s Sue singing Fly Me to the Moon. What a marvelous, flawless vocal…

Here’s Some of These Days

And here’s What Is This Thing Called Love. That’s a lot of instrumental traffic to dodge while delivering a heartfelt vocal…

To read my two-part interview with Sue Raney in 2012, go here and here. Sue remains one of the finest jazz vocalists of her generation.

      

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Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise The Gerstl-Schoenberg affair

Die Familie Schönberg, 1908.
A Cultural Comment on Richard Gerstl for the New Yorker website, June 22, 2017.

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This day in music On this Day June 23, 2004

Bob Dylan was awarded an honorary degree by the University of St. Andrews Scotland’s oldest University and made a “Doctor of Music.”

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