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Comment: My take (Score 5, Informative) 183

by matthewtift (#44619887) Attached to: Can There Be Open Source Music?
I led the effort within Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) to make radio history in 2012 when WPR broadcast the entire Open Goldberg Variations recording on air while simultaneously broadcasting the score on the Web. I think public media would provide a particularly good "home" for this kind of music. I'm fascinated by the idea of "open source music" and I've shared my thoughts about it on my blog, in various posts, such as: Public Music for Public Media: An Introduction, Open-Source Music: 10 More Reasons Why It Fits, and On the Role of Open-Source Music Scores.

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