Recordings circulate for 2 weeks to all full-time students, faculty and staff

Hey, music lovers…! Did you know that sound and video recordings in the Music & Arts Library circulate for 2 weeks, to all Columbia full-time students, faculty, and staff? Check ’em out! Almost all sound and video recordings are listed in CLIO. Use “Quick Limit” feature in a CLIO search to specify either sound or […]

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Prof. George Lewis discusses his new book, Monday, Oct. 6th

The Institute for Research in African American Studies (IRAAS) presents Prof. George E. Lewis discussing his new book “A Power Stronger Than Itself: The AACM and American Experimental Music“, on Monday, October 6, 2008, 6:00 pm, in 301 Philosophy Hall, Columbia University Morningside Campus, 116th Street & Amsterdam Ave. Reception to follow. […]

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Cambridge Journals Online offers some enhancements

Cambridge Journals Online has announced some enhancements to its online services, including the ability to bookmark content using social bookmarking services (such as del.icio.us), to interface with Zotero, and a downloadable search widget. Full details on the enhancements are available at this link. Music journals which currently have online content provided through Cambridge Journals Online […]

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Technology re-animates performance. Or, re-performance?

There’s a fascinating story on WNYC’s Soundcheck blog today, which details a process used by the company Zenph, which uses actual audio recordings of keyboard music to re-create live performances, on a computer-driven Disklavier. Their claim is that the process is accurate enough to capture all of the details of an original piano performance. Of […]

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