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  • On An Overgrown Path: His master's assets
    38 am Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Chance headlines Loading Search On An Overgrown Path Loading Blog Archive 2016 19 February 5 January 14 2015 196 December 21 November 9 October 23 September 24 August 13 July 25 June 12 May 12 April 17 March 3 February 21 January 16 2014 211 December 13 November 23 October 13 September 19 August 17 July 10 June 21 May 27 April 15 March 2 February 23 January 28 2013 257 December 21 November 17 October 31 September 8 August 35 July 24 June 24 May 8 April 31 March 8 February 24 January 26 2012 276 December 22 November 25 October 23 September 12 August 20 July 27 June 27 May 7 April 32 March 27 February 24 January 30 2011 299 December 22 November 21 October 42 September 12 August 24 July 38 June 29 May 5 April 34 March 9 February 33 January 30 2010 281 December 37 November 20 Songs of innocence and experience Classical music and dumbed down ears Classical music adds visual slam Colonial attitudes within Western music Classical music and the mass market fallacy Sarkozy s first CD Beyond Katherine Jenkins The ministry of silly talks A musician is also a person Classical music tries Californian envangelism Bernstein s lost masterpiece Who wears the trousers in classical music Free thinking BBC Exploited for the symphony going public Another legend passes His master s assets A musician is also a man Classical music must put its house in order 2 Music and movement New music for old instruments October 36 September 7 August 37 July 27 May 17 April 33 March 12 February 26 January 29 2009 367 December 22 November 23 October 33 September 7 August 35 July

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  • On An Overgrown Path: 'A musician is also a man'
    Casals Sant Martí del Canigó Prades Festival Orchestra with Pablo Casals cello conductor Sony 88697656902 Background resources include In search of Pablo Casals for Casals choral music and background on the life of the great Catalan musician Early music unplugged for the Ferran Savall track Are authentic performances a silly convention for Casals Bach Against the monoculture of modernity and Rearranging the geometry of heaven for Jordi Savall s The Forgotten Kingdom Sweet Irrational Worship for the Niles Merton song and The Magic Mountain for Sant Martí del Canigó My musical homage to Catalonia can be heard as a podcast here Attitudes have thankfully changed since Joys and Sorrows was written forty years ago and I sympathise with those for who my headline may not sit comfortably But that is how Pablo Casals expressed himself in 1970 and I have framed his words as a quote My rule of thumb is to use important quotes unchanged despite their anachronistic phrasing Header quote is from Joys and Sorrows reflections by Pablo Casals edited by Albert E Khan Macdonld ISBN 356030482 out of print but well worth buying cheaply from specialists Also on Facebook and Twitter All photos were taken by me in L espace Casals Prades and are c On An Overgrown Path 2010 Any other copyrighted material on these pages is included as fair use for the purpose of study review or critical analysis only and will be removed at the request of copyright owner s All CDs books and travel mentioned in this post were self funded Report broken links missing images and errors to overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk Posted by Pliable at Wednesday November 03 2010 Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Labels catalonia ferran savall john jacob niles jordi savall Pablo Casals prades thomas merton 3 comments Pliable said Comment via Facebook Great Person Casals as well as a cellist I m reading the book The Cello Suites In Search of a Baroque Masterpiece Throughout Casals comes across as a really decent yet enlightened individual He pleads with friends and governments outside Spain to help the Spanish people against Franco and Hitler with the foresight if they don t help that the same will be repeated elsewhere Eamonn Quinn http www louthcms org http www amazon co uk Cello Suites Search Baroque Masterpiece dp 1846553563 ref sr 1 1 ie UTF8 s books qid 1288788861 sr 8 1 1 33 pm Pliable said a really decent yet enlightened individual http www overgrownpath com 2008 08 olympic fire and matters of conscience html 1 34 pm Pliable said Comment via Facebook Casals was a great friend of my wife s great grandfather Pedro Blanch a Catalan who directed the first symphony orchestra in Portugal There are letters in the family He was indeed an enlightened person and a tremendous player Every time I hear his Bach Cello Suites I weep copiously Ivan Moody http www ivanmoody co uk bio

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  • On An Overgrown Path: Classical music must put its house in order - 2
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  • On An Overgrown Path: Music and movement
    classical music on DVD Should there be a Jumbotron behind the orchestra and video screens in the seatbacks Or should the seats be ripped out altogether to allow audiences to experiment with different viewpoints And whoa hold that comment about classical music surviving perfectly well in the past without people walking about and hear me out There is one very successful classical music event that has enshrined music and movement not only in its format but also in its title for more than one hundred years It is also known as the world s greatest music festival Yes it is the BBC Promenade Concerts The middle word in that title and the one which differentiates the annual season from almost every other concert series is defined as amble a leisurely walk usually in some public place Henry Wood challenged silly conventions back in 1895 when he freed classical audiences from the tyranny of the seat See him doing it here Also on Facebook and Twitter Image credit Arizona Band and Orchestra Director s Association Any copyrighted material on these pages is included as fair use for the purpose of study review or critical analysis only and will be removed at the request of copyright owner s Report broken links missing images and errors to overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk Posted by Pliable at Tuesday November 02 2010 Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Labels bbc promenade concerts david munrow G i Gurdjieff ipod jonathan harvey musicGPS sokol 1 comment Michael Joviala said You are absolutely right and anyone interested in this subject should get to a Dalcroze class as soon as possible in which participants experience the rhythm pitch and harmony of music directly through active listening and movement Emile Jaques Dalcroze developed a method around the same time as Gurdjieff and it has been developing ever since Though it was developed as a method of musical training at the highest level one does not need to be a musician to participate Even brief participation in these games and exercises can make the music come alive even from the back of the concert hall For more info visit http www dalcrozeusa org 5 26 pm Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Chance headlines Loading Search On An Overgrown Path Loading Blog Archive 2016 19 February 5 January 14 2015 196 December 21 November 9 October 23 September 24 August 13 July 25 June 12 May 12 April 17 March 3 February 21 January 16 2014 211 December 13 November 23 October 13 September 19 August 17 July 10 June 21 May 27 April 15 March 2 February 23 January 28 2013 257 December 21 November 17 October 31 September 8 August 35 July 24 June 24 May 8 April 31 March 8 February 24 January 26 2012 276 December 22 November 25 October 23 September 12 August 20 July 27 June 27 May 7 April

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  • On An Overgrown Path: New music for old instruments
    young listeners of classical music Do we need to spend more time thinking about the auditory capabilities of audiences and the limitations of audio reproduction systems Do we need to think more about the lost art of listening http www overgrownpath com 2009 11 lost art of listening html Absolutely essential reading John Crabbe s Hi Fi in the Home It may date from 1968 but there is no better guide about how to reach new audiences Amazon UK currently has six used copies available get moving http www amazon co uk Hi fi Home John Crabbe dp 0713705892 8 15 am The Marches Hatter said Personally I would put the resurgence of interest in Nick Drake a few years earlier than 1999 Some time in the mid 80s when Joe Boyd released the Fruit Tree boxed set and the compilation Heaven in a Wild Flower 8 51 am Pliable said TMH you are right There were really two phases to Nick s resurgence Joe Boyd s continuing advocacy in the 1980s brought him to the attention of music buffs The VW commercial in 1999 brought him to a mass audience Interesting path your comment takes us on Robert Kirby who did the arrangements for Five Leaves Feft and Bryter Later started his career in baroque music At one of Nick s earliest public gigs at a Cambridge May Ball his songs were juxtaposed with Leopold Mozart and Albinoni s music http en wikipedia org wiki Robert Kirby 9 03 am ghooper said Not to forget Fretwork s frequent collaborations with contemporary composers http www fretwork co uk what contemporary 10 20 am Pliable said Thanks for pointing that out There is a Fretwork CD on my shelf as well http www overgrownpath com 2008 07 lone voices jewish composers html 10 29 am The Marches Hatter said Well I seem to have fallen into the music buff rather than mass audience camp I am too young sadly not a phrase I get to use very often any more to have known Nick s music in his own lifetime It was though the release of the Fruit Tree box set on vinyl in the 80s that I became aware of him and he is one artist that I have returned to with great frequency for a quarter of a century now Perhaps we can also identify a third resurgence With artists such as Brad Mehldau and the Unthanks now covering his songs 12 14 pm Antoine Leboyer said Sonic winners How much of this would be the sound engineers s work Let us not forget that these works were made to be performed in smaller places and orchestrated accordingly Mahler was a case in doing small but significant changes in the orchestration of his works according to the venues he played Here is a post I did last July http beckmessersrants blogspot com 2010 07 orchestras on steroids html Best Antoine 2 13 pm Lyle Sanford RMT said I very much hope you will continue at the risk of being accused of bad science Then if someone wants to correct you your readers will learn even more This sort of info seems a crucial part to the whither classical music issue and is so very rarely mentioned 6 59 pm JoshMc said This path raises all sorts of interesting questions Have the ears and brains of the young people the MP3 generation lost the ability like their audio systems to decode more complex musical sounds Does this explain the increasing popularity of world music the sound of which is largely percussive and light in complex overtones Does it also explain the decline in popularity among young listeners of classical music Do we need to spend more time thinking about the auditory capabilities of audiences and the limitations of audio reproduction systems Do we need to think more about the lost art of listening My guess would be a no to most of these questions For one there is essentially no audible difference between high quality MP3s the bulk of what people would be listening to over the last few years and any other format sans live performance Young people would only stand any chance at all of being unable to decode complex overtones if they didn t listen to complex overtones on a regular basis already which is unlikely If you go back 10 years MP3s were noticeably lower quality but CDs were a lot more common as well Also I m hard pressed to believe that world music is made up of simple overtones and classical music is made up of highly complex overtones I haven t personally sorted through hordes of spectrograms to verify but it seems unlikely that sitars or gamelans have simpler overtones than classical instruments The whole question is moot if classical instruments don t produce more complex partials 8 45 pm Pliable said there is essentially no audible difference between high quality MP3s the bulk of what people would be listening to over the last few years and any other format sans live performance Sorry Josh but I simply can t agree with that There is an audible difference and the widespread acceptance of lower res formats is one of the challenges classical music has to adapt to This article throws some light on the quality differences between audio file formats http www linnrecords com linn download quality and file type aspx And gamelan s are not that common in world music and neither coming to that are sitar s France has the biggest global market for world music and African and Middle Eastern instruments predominate the oud and kora for example both sound well on relatively low fi systems 9 16 pm Lyle Sanford RMT said Just ordered the Crabbe book Thanks for the tip Your back and forth with JoshMc reminds me of an idea I ve long had that when non music specialists say they can t hear the problems in

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  • On An Overgrown Path: Music and malice in Britten's shadow
    Finzi revival is still in the EMI catalogue and must be the first choice Also recommended is the Hyperion disc with John Mark Ainsley and the Corydon Orchestra conducted by Matthew Best while at budget price there is a Naxos release sung by James Gilchrist An audio sample of Gerald Finzi s incredible string cantata can be heard here Tenor Mark Padmore and the Britten Sinfonia are performing Finzi s Dies Natalis in Cambridge Feb 7 in London at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Feb 9 and in Norwich on Feb 13 and I will be presenting the pre concert talk with Mark in Norwich The Cambridge concert is being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Feb 11 and after the concert tour Mark Padmore and the Britten Sinfonia will be recording Dies Natalis for release by Harmonia Mundi Also in the Britten Sinfonia concert is music by another composer identified by Ruth Gipps as being in Britten s shadow William Walton s Sonata for Strings Mark Padmore is singing the role of the Evangelist and directing the Britten Pears Baroque Orchestra and Choir in performances of Bach s St John Passion at Snape over Easter Shedding some light rather than heat on Ruth Gipp s comment about millionaire Britten may be helpful When Peter Pears died in 1986 his and Britten s estates were constituted into the Britten Pears Foundation which supports Aldeburgh Music and the Aldeburgh Festival and the Britten Pears Libary Archive and Red House complex The Foundation also supports the recording and publication of Britten s music the work of young composers and human rights and pacifist causes Ruth Gipps is correct in asserting that William Alwyn s music was neglected at the Aldeburgh Festival under Britten s curatorship But in 1985 nine years after Britten s death and while Aldeburgh was under Peter Pears stewardship the Festival commissioned and gave the first performance of Alwyn s Third String Quartet in Blythburgh Parish Church a few hundred yards from Alwyn s home The Quartet was the composer s last major work and he died just three months after the performance If you do not know Alwyn s three magnificent String Quartets and you should here is a hot tip The Rasumovsky Quartets outstanding 2005 recordings of the Quartets for Dutton are available new from Amazon resellers in Britain and the States for 2 43 or less plus delivery Need I say more Christopher Finzi achieved some prominence in other areas after his father s death as biographer Stephen Banfield tactfully describes Church Farm in any case saw radical change as Christopher married Hilary du Pré Jacqueline s sister in 1961 started a family ceased to be a professional cellist took up chicken farming and eventually divided the house which he had extended for the use of several families in the 1970s mould Header quote is from the recommended The Innumerable Dance the Life and Work of William Alwyn by Adrian Wright ISBN 978184383412 Other sources include Gerald Finzi an English Composer by Stephen Banfield ISBN0571195989 Maurice Miles conducted the first performance of Dies Natalis More on the forgotten maestro here Also on Facebook and Twitter Any copyrighted material on these pages is included as fair use for the purpose of study review or critical analysis only and will be removed at the request of copyright owner s Report broken links missing images and errors to overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk Posted by Pliable at Monday February 07 2011 Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Labels BBC Radio 3 benjamin britten benjamin frankel britten sinfonia Doreen Carwithen gerald finzi incredible string band mark padmore maurice miles ruth gipps thomas merton william alwyn 13 comments Vecchio John said Judging by the following Berkeley was hardly a normal married man howver one defines that term www lennoxandfreda com 3 18 pm Pliable said Yes VJ I was aware of that but thought it best to simply quote what Ruth Gipps wrote When I was writing this piece I had a feeling it might be one of those posts and I think I may be right 3 22 pm Halldor said Ruth Gipps is a fascinating figure do you have a source for the CBO indecent comment Worth adding that in the mid 1940s it would have been fairly unusual for any orchestral player to be appointed principal conductor of the same orchestra also that the CBO certainly didn t have any problem with playing Gipps music it premiered both her first and second symphonies her piano concerto and her prelude The Cat There seems to have been quite a lot of fairly unpleasant and personal internal orchestral politics surrounding Gipps in Birmingham in the 1940s while there can be no doubt that gender prejudice was a serious problem for her as for any ambitious female musician of the period there may have been several other perhaps equally unfair reasons why she was never especially likely to be offered an official conducting position with the CBO 3 32 pm Pliable said Halldor thanks for that and as you say Ruth Gipps is a fascinating figure who deserves a full post to herself At the risk of sounding like a slipped disc I have to report my source for the indecent quote is an unattributed Wikipedia article http en wikipedia org wiki Ruth Gipps You are almost certainly correct that there were other reasons why she was passed over for the CBO appointment After reading her letter to Doreen Carwithen I suspect people skills was one of them But if this post brings Ruth Gipps Doreen Carwithen William Alwyn Gerald Finzi et al to a wider public it will have worked 3 42 pm Halldor said Another online source http www wrightmusic net pdfs ruth gipps pdf suggests that the comment may have pertained to Gipps conductorship of the City of Birmingham Choir then as now a separate organisation from the

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  • On An Overgrown Path: Spare us the "Happy birthday Benjamin Britten" tweets
    Twitter Photo is via EDPnews 24 Ruth Gipp quote via The Innumerable Dance the Life and Work of William Alwyn by Adrian Wright ISBN 978184383412 Any copyrighted material on these pages is included as fair use for the purpose of study review or critical analysis only and will be removed at the request of copyright owner s Report broken links missing images and errors to overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk Posted by Pliable at Friday September 07 2012 Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Labels BBC Radio 3 benjamin britten gerald finzi Gresham s School gustav mahler john cage Ruth Gipp william alwyn 9 comments Gavin Plumley said What can Ruth Gipp mean when using the word normal in her citing of those four married men Such a worryingly ambiguous word undoes her argument in my view 4 02 pm Halldor said Well put but surely Gipps And yes fine musician and fascinating person though she was there s a troubling undertone to that normal 4 15 pm Pliable said Fair point Gavin But I think we have to accept that Ruth Gipp s comment was made in a time when attitudes were considerably less enlightened than they are now But if we ignore her offensive phraseology there does seem to be some truth that a number of very talented composers were unfairly eclipsed by Britten and his circle 4 18 pm Mack said I have been told says Ruth Gipp about others musical careers that Britten ruined It s an interesting and important claim so I naturally wonder what references there might be to support it Do you know if her claims have been more fully documented somewhere 4 30 pm Pliable said Halldor yes my error Of course it should be Gipps that is the danger of writing posts beside a swimming pool after a very good lunch Mark can I pend that question for a while I am also 500 miles from any reference material other than a rather flaky internet connection Interestingly Googling Ruth Gipps returns my 2011 post as the second result In the meantime Adrian Wright s Alwyn biography is well worth seeking out I also should have added that for arcane technical reasons this post hasn t been uploaded to Facebook If anyone thinks it is worth sharing there please feel free to flag it up 4 55 pm Mike said The combination of I have been told and all of course normal married men strongly smacks of some combination of professional jealousy and homophobia 4 59 pm Frank H Little said Any falling out after the formerly gay Lennox Berkeley had married must have been mended http www michaelberkeley co uk biography 9 02 am Pliable said I expected a comment about Lennox Berkeley to come up the same point was made by a another reader in a comment on my 2011 post on this subject Frank is quite right about Berkeley having a

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  • On An Overgrown Path: While classical music debates nothing changes
    hands on the instruments Matthew that is an important point you highlight As youngsters become more distanced from live music the need arises to expose them to the sound of a live instrument rather than an MP3 player I wrote about this a while back in a post titled The lost art of listening http www overgrownpath com 2009 11 lost art of listening html But I totally agree with you Passive music appreciation must not be confused with active music education 5 55 pm JoshMc said I think the one huge hole in this argument is when you say that rock music is made for recorded media and loses something in live performances Neither end of that statement fits my experience I ve had nearly life altering experiences at rock concerts and you d be hard pressed to find any rock fan that doesn t say this or that band is way better live As soon as this part of the theory falls apart everything else falls apart If rock music is generally better live and still works well in recorded media then classical music has no excuse in that department Honestly I don t find classical music to be lacking on the recorded end anyway but I ll accept that assumption for the sake of the discussion 7 42 pm Drew said Fascinating topic I especially like the notion of a commercial intermediary complex and based on your description of that group it sounds a great deal like what I ve defined as the cultural industrial complex Although I don t believe it was ever the intention the byproduct from increased professionalization of arts management has been an increase in what you ve defined as a hypermediation model Assuming you re on the mark the trick is transitioning away from that model without losing any of the benefits from improved professionalization or falling victim to efforts from those within the groups you ve identified who benefit most from the current system bjg I m not certain what you think I wouldn t see value in encouragement of local by which I assume you mean community amateur but correct me if I m wrong music making Moreover why would that be mutually exclusive from the pursuit of artistic excellence 7 54 pm Pliable said Josh Mc I m happy to amicably disagree on that one Oddly however rock n roll doesn t yield many great live albums You d think for a music known for its visceral impact that it would benefit from the live treatment Yet most of rock s finest moments have come from studio albums where each note has been carefully redone http new music yahoo com blogs listoftheday 83319 the top 25 all time best rock live albums And the number one album in Rolling Stone s 2003 500 Greatest Albums of All Time was never performed live http en wikipedia org wiki The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time But the merits of live versus recorded music is a side issue The main point of my post is that classical music has too many self interested intermediaries and I stand by that view 8 04 pm irishwaterwayshistory com said Drew I may have misread you and if so I apologise but your focus in some of the discussion on your own blog did seem to be on the professional and on excellence My local incidentally is not just community or amateur taking a leaf as it were from the Slow Food it might be local small scale semi professional Even if not amateur it might be amateurish I d like to advance the notion that in trying to increase the audience the quality of performance is largely irrelevant To uneducated newcomers like me what is of most interest is the music which we may be hearing for the first time and perhaps for those living well away from cities like me for the only time It is possible that the interests of the professional performers are not identical with those of the potential audience Players like those lotsson describes might for me be just as good as a visiting professional orchestra better even if they increased the amount and range of music available locally Let me drop in another notion to accompany the Slow Food one It is that the seisiún the session of Irish traditional music might be a useful model perhaps it is used elsewhere A session is usually held in a pub perhaps weekly There will be a regular core of musicians there may be some irregulars and some newcomers who provided they know what they re doing and don t play the bodhrán will be welcome to join in There is no programme and no charge the audience are welcome to talk if they wish and drink but the musicians too will largely please themselves There is no intermediary Perhaps such sessions might be useful bjg 9 02 pm Pliable said Seisiún pop up concerts http www overgrownpath com 2011 01 is loudspeaker enemy of classical music html We are in the decade of the feral choir http www overgrownpath com 2010 01 decade of feral choir html 9 15 pm Pliable said Lyle Sanford commented via Facebook Thanks for the link and thanks for sticking with this issue and working to better define it The disintermediation vs transmission framework is a very helpful way to think about what s going on and what s not going on http www facebook com overgrownpath overgrownpath posts 183446458340655 notif t share comment 9 45 pm Drew said bjg That makes sense thanks for the added detail I think one of the items here that tends to cause confusion is the very blurry and contentious line between how people perceive and define professional and amateur In the comment thread from Adaptistration I believe you re referencing that was more of a discussion centered around arts organizations rather than individuals However to your point

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