Video Audio A conversation with a great friend of mine, Liz Clawson. We discuss music in academia, the music industry, how to live and grow as a classical musician, andContinue readingMusic In Mind #14 – A Conversation with Liz Clawson
A conversation with some of my best friends, Erik and Mark Anderson. We cover topics of music in academia, developing scenes, careers in music, and have an overall great time.Continue readingMusic In Mind #13 – A Conversation with Mark & Erik Anderson
This was an honestly fun conversation about a wide range of topics including music streaming, performance life, and flowstates Shih-Wei Wu’s Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shihweiwilliewu/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shihweitaiko/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WillowWillie Anthony CaulkinsContinue readingMusic In Mind #12 – A Conversation with Shih-Wei Wu
This was an honestly fun conversation about a wide range of topics including literature, grammar, and whether or not we’d rather have Jesus. Max Perkins Links Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_maxwellhenry/ Brett Altman:Continue readingMusic In Mind #11 – A Conversation with Max Perkins and Alex Nelson
Calyxa joins me for a conversation about the Long Beach music scene, academic music, and the life of a solo artist. Calyxa Links Bandcamp: https://calyxa.bandcamp.com/ Faceboock: https://www.facebook.com/CalyxaLB/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEutY5Y1WInPRoZgmkyr2fw
Lizzy Erickson and Oliver Dobrian join me for a conversation about music, publishing, intellectual property, and life in general.
This episode offers a basic method for analyzing the music of Cecil Taylor. For a more comprehensive discussion of this type of analysis: http://anthonycaulkins.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/%E2%80%98MusicalGesture%E2%80%99inAnalysisGestureClassasaformalstructure.pdf
This episode discusses streams of discourse surrounding the music of Cecil Taylor and their implications. Link to full paper: http://anthonycaulkins.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/ANewStreamAnthonyCaulkins.pdf
This episode discusses various ways in which music has been used to express and explore political statements and ideologies, drawing on examples from Beethoven to Rage Against The Machine.
In this episode, I discuss some of my thoughts regarding the movement towards creating interactive and artificially intelligent music systems. Videos Cited Cope, David. “David Cope Emmy Vivaldi.” YouTube, 12Continue readingMusic In Mind – Episode 5: Interactive Music Systems