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  • 2 Centennials, 2 New Classical Operas
  • “I’ve Got the Tune?” No, A Brecht-Weill Blitz Concert/Book Review by Leonard Lehrman
  • 2 Revivals (Blitzstein, Weill), 2 CDs (Bernstein, Palmer) and A Look At Lorca (NYFOS), by Leonard Lehrman
  • 3 CDs, 3 Concerts, 2 Operas & A Dance Recital
  • 70th Birthday Concert for Leonard Lehrman and Charles Osborne, with the Metropolitan Philharmonic Chorus – 8/18/19 in Roslyn, NY
  • A Loveletter to John Latouche (Nov. 13, 1914-Aug. 7, 1956) by Leonard Lehrman
  • About Anton Webern’s Entflieht auf leichten känen and Mozart’s Kyrie from Mass in C Minor – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Acquiring a Solid Conducting Technique with No Wasted Motion – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Alan Zweibel – The Other Shulman
  • Bach & Bleach – Presented at The Downstairs at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, 66 E. 4th St. in Manhattan
  • Beth Anderson – Age 15 to 18 – Part 3 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Age 7 to 15 – Part 2 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – The Early Days – Part 1 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Age 18 to 19 – Rorem, Cage, Swift, Harrison – Part 4 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Cage, Riley, and an MFA in Piano – Part 5 of her memoir
  • Bill Cosby’s Career as a Drummer
  • Book Review – Boomerang – Travels in the New Third World by Michael Lewis
  • Catching Up on Six Summer Events & Seven CDs – by Leonard Lehrman
  • Catching Up with Cipullo, NYFOS, RAM, YIVO & York by Leonard Lehrman
  • Chapter 11: Working with, and Supporting Composers – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Chapter 4: The Importance of Acquiring a Solid Conducting Technique – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Christmas 2013 – A Christmas Memory
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 3
  • Conductor Harold Rosenbaum on Composer Thea Musgrave
  • Da Capo Chamber Players Present Global American Chamber Music at New York City’s Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center
  • Da Capo Chamber Players Present Musical Spirits Reappear! October 30, 2019 at New York City’s Kaufman Music Center
  • Enjoyable Nonsense – Dada’s Greatest Hit
  • Fine Contemporary Poetry from Linda Pastan
  • Fine Contemporary Poetry from Mark Doty
  • Fine Contemporary Poetry from Martin Espada
  • For The Holidays – A Child’s Christmas in Wales
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – First movement: Emigrants Journey Across the Plains – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Fourth movement: Allegro con spirito, “Arrival at the New Home, Rustic Festivities, and Dancing” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Second Movement: Andante religioso, “Halt on the Prairie” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Third Movement: Allegro ma non tanto, “Indian War Dance and Attack by Indians” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – First movement: Penn Station (Subway Ride) – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Fourth movement: Baptist Mission – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Second movement: Song of Harlem (April in Harlem) – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Third movement: The Night Club – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • Literature at Century’s End – Jay McInerney’s Brightness Falls and The Good Life
  • More New York City Concert Reviews and Concert Notes
  • New Marc Blitzstein CD and 2 New Books on Leonard Bernstein
  • New Music Performed by Craig Hultgren, cellist – January 25, 2018 at New York City’s National Opera Center
  • New York City Concert Notes and Reviews by Mark Greenfest
  • New York Composers Circle: A Concert of New Music on February 21 at St. Peter’s Church
  • Outcast at the Gate, An Opera by Joel Feigin, Presented by Center for Contemporary Opera
  • Peri Mauer’s Life on Earth for Chamber Orchestra Reviewed by Sandra Coffin
  • Poet’s Corner: William Carlos Williams
  • Poet’s Corner: William Wordsworth
  • Songs of War, Protest, and Social Consciousness
  • Terrific Article – I Always Dated Tom Waits
  • The Cecilia Chorus of New York Presents Dame Ethel Smyth’s The Prison – A Review by Anastasia Khitruk
  • The Marc Blitzstein Plaque
  • The Triangle Fire, an opera reviewed by Jonathan Dzik
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 7, 2019
  • Time for Some Goons
  • Two from J.G. Ballard – Concrete Island and High-Rise
  • Two from Samuel Beckett
  • W.G. Sebald – The Haunted World
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