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Version 1.1 of Digital Resources for Musicology

Version 1.1 of Digital Resources for Musicology (DRM) (http://drm.ccarh.org) has been released today. This segmented listing of open-access tools includes a wide assortment of heterogeneous materials—scanned scores and manuscripts, structured databases, audio and video materials, and widely used humanistic collections—of maps, recordings, images, and much else.
This website provides links to substantial open-access projects of use to musicians and musicologists. With a burgeoning number of digital resources available, remembering titles of sites and pathways to them can be difficult. Version 1.1 of Digital Resources for Musicology weiterlesen

Cannes Film Festival 2017

Cannes Film Festival 2017: ‘The Square’ Takes Palme D’Or; Sofia Coppola Best Director; Joaquin Phoenix, Diane Kruger Acting Honors
Over 12 days, 19 movies screened in Competition in this 70th edition of the venerable event. There has been critical love for such titles as Andrey Zvyagintsev’ Loveless, Fatih Akin’s In The Fade, Robin Campillo’s 120 Beats Per Minute, Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck and Lynne Ramsay’s You Were Never Really Here, among others. Cannes Film Festival 2017 weiterlesen

Notes Volume 73 Number 4 June 2017

Notes
Notes Volume 73 Number 4 June 2017
Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, is regarded as the foremost scholarly journal for music libraries and librarianship. For nearly sixty years, Notes has presented interesting, informative, and well-written articles on music librarianship, music bibliography, the music trade, discography, and certain aspects of music history. Each quarterly issue offers critical reviews of significant books and printed music, as well as columns providing complete bibliographic citations for new books, music, and music publishers‘ catalogs. Notes Volume 73 Number 4 June 2017 weiterlesen

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Making Space Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction

Making Space Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction
The Museum of Modern Art
Through August 13
Making Space shines a spotlight on the stunning achievements of women artists between the end of World War II (1945) and the start of the Feminist movement (around 1968). In the postwar era, societal shifts made it possible for larger numbers of women to work professionally as artists, yet their work was often dismissed in the male dominated art world, and few support networks existed for them. Abstraction dominated artistic practice during these years, as many artists working in the aftermath of World War II sought an international language that might transcend national and regional narratives—and for women artists, additionally, those relating to gender. Making Space Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction weiterlesen