Monthly Archives: May 2004

Naxos: Low Cost as the Path to Profits?


Budget classical CD label Naxos is slowly changing the world of classical music. Their market share is huge, many of their recordings are excellent, and they offer a great deal of diversity. The players and conductors are not stars, but … Continue reading

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A Love Supreme at 40


A recent article reviews Coltrane’s A Love Supreme, which turns 40 this year.

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Krautrock Festival in October


Where else but Germany could host a festival featuring Kraan, Guru Guru and Birth Control?

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Sounds of the People Festival


Besies the Jazz Fest, Montreal has another festival taking place, this one in June. An article provides and overview, and info on the lineup can be found at the festival site.

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Vision Festival Review


Part of New York’s Vision Festival has been reviewed.

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How Ives Jibes


This article tries to set the context for understanding a misunderstood composer.

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Music Films at the Gene Siskel Center


For those of you in Chicago, the Gene Siskel Film Center has upcoming showing of a film on Krautrockers Can. Earlier this month a film on Cecil Taylor was shown.

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