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Comprehensive Article

This just in from Monika Fürst-Heidtmann, one of our most dedicated Nancarrow scholars: Dear friends of Nancarrow’s music! To coincide with Conlon Nancarrow’s 100th birthday (10/27/2012), my comprehensive article about Conlon Nancarrow has just been published in the German lexicon “Composers … Continue reading

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Clifton Callender: Performing the irrational: Paul Usher’s arrangement of Nancarrow’s Study No. 33

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Felix Meyer: Conlon Nancarrow Was Never in Gurs

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Dominic Murcott: Tomorrow’s Music on Yesterday’s Machines: In Search of an “Authentic” Nancarrow Performance

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Julie A. Nemire: Convergence Points in Nancarrow’s Tempo Canons

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Julie A. Nemire: Structural Significance of Convergence Points in Nancarrow’s Study No. 27 (Canon 5% / 6% / 8% / 11%) Canon

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David Suisman: A Critical History of Player-Pianos and Mechanical Automation

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