Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Perchance to Stream

Almost every day in the right hand column of this blog, under the heading The Blogosphere, you will see a link to the latest post by Charles T. Downey in his blog Ionarts (“Something Other than Politics in Washington, D.C.”). The recurring Sunday feature, Perchance to Stream, is an always-dandy “selection of links to online audio and online video from the week gone by.”

This week's selection was particularly fine, with some ravishing Monteverdi and very clever Rameau, as well as the inaugural concert on October 2 from the new Rosey Concert Hall in Switzerland.
  • Perchance to Stream, 5 October 2014 HERE
  • Alex Ross reflects on streaming vs. hoarding CDs HERE
Musicology Now will publish an original post by Downey in the near future.




Charles T. Downey runs a thriving blog (est. 2003), freelances for the Washington Post, and teaches music and art history at St. Anselm's Abbey School. He holds the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in musicology from the Catholic University of America. Downey's “Meet the Moderator” page is HERE.

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