- Setting up good writing habits: ow.ly/1VT3Z4 2 weeks ago
- Being Remarkable ow.ly/kI6d9 2 weeks ago
- Want an inspirational kick in the pants? Read @DeanWesleySmith's Ghost Novel blog posts (and comments) ow.ly/kvD9R 3 weeks ago
- Heinlein's Rules for Writers, applicable to composers: ow.ly/kvAFq "why there are so few professional writers & so many aspirants" 3 weeks ago
- For those composers who complain about the business part of being a composer: ow.ly/jFVLS 1 month ago
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Every couple of months, the topic of Digital Rights Management (DRM) rears its ugly head when I’m talking to a composer or new music enthusiast about the NewMusicShelf. How does NMS ensure the security of the composer’s scores once someone … Continue reading
I’m excited to welcome Peter A. Michalove to the NewMusicShelf! Peter Michalove has written for a wide range of musical media, including orchestra, concert band, and chorus, as well as a variety of vocal and instrumental chamber ensembles. His music … Continue reading
Please give a warm welcome to composer Rebekah Driscoll! Rebekah Driscoll was born in Lebanon, New Hampshire in 1980. As a child she taught herself to play several musical instruments, and as a teenager she began composing music without formal … Continue reading
I’ve always been bad at remembering birthdays. So, true to form, I let NewMusicShelf’s first birthday pass unnoted for a whole week! I can’t believe that in under a year the site has accumulated 17 composers and over 250 scores! … Continue reading
A warm welcome to the NewMusicShelf’s newest composer, here!
Ukrainian composer Alexander Shchetynsky joined the NewMusicShelf recently with his works Utterance and Prayer for the Cup. Virko Baley writes of Alexander in The New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians: Ukrainian composer ALEXANDER SHCHETYNSKY was born in 1960. His … Continue reading
NewMusicShelf recently added its 200th score: Jeffrey Quick’s choral work Queen and Huntress. Check it and him out!
I’m excited to welcome Jason Waddell to the NewMusicShelf! Jason was a composition grad student at Illinois State University while I was in undergrad there. Jason Waddell (b. 1977) currently resides in Decatur, IL where he works as a Director … Continue reading
A warm welcome to Patrick Riley and his work for orchestra Impromptu! Mr.Riley has earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Indiana State Teachers College, Indiana, PA and a Master of Music Degree in Music Composition from the Catholic University … Continue reading