By Jacob Stockinger
Like me, you have probably heard a bit here and there about the role that new technology and computers in specific, is playing in classical music — in rehearsing and performing the music, in listening to it, in analyzing it and in composing it.
But I recently saw this story about music professor and composer David Cope (below) in the Christian Science Monitor.
It was the best piece I have yet seen — and I hope you will agree.
But I would appreciate being sent other links to other stories about other composers and other computers.
Here is the link:
And here is a link to some music by Cope that uses two pianos and a computer:
I’ll tell you what I think— after you tell me what you think.
Besides getting links to other stories, I would also like to receive first-person accounts from blog readers about working in classical music with a computer — in whatever capacity as a composer, performer or listener.
The Ear wants to hear.