Saturday, March 01, 2003

While cleaning out my file drawer yesterday, I came across a Washington Post article I'd clipped out a couple years ago. It's just as interesting now as it was then, so I've posted it on the Potpourri page under "A Composer's Too-Familiar Refrain". It's about Atlanta-based composer, Tristan Foison, and his attempt to pass off a Requiem from the 60s as his own. I've looked for articles since then about his professional fate, but apparently he's still going strong out there somewhere. Anyone heard of him?

Composers must write truly unforgettable music for any new instrument before it will be accepted and made popular
Major Music Labels Use Artificial Intelligence To Help Determine "Hitability" Of Music

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