Mark Applebaum, Associate Professor of Composition and Theory in the Department of Music, composed The Metaphysics of Notation specifically for installation at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford. The complete work includes a full hand-drawn score (72’ in length, in twelve 6’ panels), two corresponding mobiles, and the print now hanging in the Music Library, which reproduces the entire drawn score.
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An article in SF Gate celebrating the opening of the 55th annual Monterey Jazz Festival highlights the MJF Collection in the Archive of Recorded Sound. The article, by Jeanne Cooper, includes an interview with Jerry McBride, Head of the ARS.
Read it here.
Visit the Monterey Jazz Festival Collection page.
The first part of two-part exhibition Scripting the Sacred opens today, Monday, September 17, in Green Library's Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda. According to its website, the exhibition features "Western European manuscripts and fragments, showcases the medieval experience of reading."
From the exhibition's website:
Congratulations to the winners and runners-up of the 2012 PEN Literary Awards, who were announced this week. This year marks the 90th anniversary of the awards -- "the most comprehensive literary awards program in the country," according to the PEN America Center's blog.
From the PEN American Center's website: