we need your help! On Sunday, Sept. 24, Kimiko Ishizaka and I will be presenting at the "Glenn Gould Variations - Dreamers, Renegades, Visionaries", in Toronto, for the celebration of Gould's 80th birthday (Gould died in 1982). Our message revolves around the importance of modern scores and modern score technology and how it can foster musical dialogue on the internet. We need your help demonstrating the point, and all you have to do is listen to Kimiko playing Bach, and tell us how it makes you feel and what things you associate with the music.
Here's how to help:
- Log on to MuseScore.com (get a free account if you don't have one): http://musescore.com/user/login
- Go to http://musescore.com/node/63744 and listen to the music while watching the score. Take note of the measures where you have thoughts, feelings, emotions, observations that you'd like to share.
- Then go to the source score - http://musescore.com/user/9/scores/63635 - and use the annotation tool to add your thoughts, feelings, emotions, observations to the score itself (see the screenshot with instructions below).
Please take the time to do this today and tomorrow to make sure your comments make it to the performance!