Jun 29, 2020
My guest today is the great Professor Ludwig Holtmeier, who is a music theorist, musicologist, pianist and the president of the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg!
0:23 What’s your musical background?
3:37 Did you have a typical classical training or did you ever improvise as a young musician?
4:18 Do you have...
Jun 22, 2020
I’m so pleased to introduce my guest today, a real expert on early music, Harpsichordist, composer and singer, Dr. Elam Rotem.
In 2014, Rotem established the award winning resources website Early Music Sources. In 2016, he finished his PhD thesis with distinction ("Early Basso Continuo Practice: Implicit Evidence...
Jun 14, 2020
My guest today is Professor John Mortensen, a leading performer, scholar and teacher in classical or historic improvisation, Steinway Artist, Fulbright Scholar, and is a professor of Music at Cedarville University.
His new book is “The Pianist’s guide to Historic Improvisation”, published by Oxford University...
Jun 8, 2020
So privileged to introduced my guest today one of the greats, pianist, musicologist and educator Professor Tibor Szasz.
He has given over 1000 solo, concerto, and chamber music performances all over the world. His recordings of Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Schubert, and Bartók have been issued in the United...
Jun 3, 2020
We’re joined today by a great guest, Dorico Product Marketing Manager Daniel Spreadbury, to talk about the new release of Dorico, version 3.5 and the new Figured Bass feature.
0:22 The new feature: figured bass in Dorico 3.5
1:05 How is Dorico figured bass different in implementation compared to Sibelius,...