Happy Birthday, Bach! An update on the release
I hope everybody is listening to tons of Bach today! It's his birthday, after all.
The release of the recording and score has gone very well. We've had more than 1,200 downloads in the past three days. Here's a list of the main media coverage:
Here's an article I wrote on "Forking Bach" for Opensource.com: http://opensource.com/life/15/3/music-open-source-fork-version-bach
Here's a podcast interview with myself and Thomas Bonte about "Hacking Culture": https://www.lullabot.com/blog/podcasts/hacking-culture/4-robert-douglass-and-thomas-bonte-open-source-bach
Here's the English language press release we sent out: http://www.musicalamerica.com/news/newsstory.cfm?storyid=33619&categoryid=5&archived=0
Cory Doctorow tweeted about us: https://twitter.com/doctorow/status/578696919771271168
Here's an in-depth article with me, Thomas Bonte, Nicolas Froment, and Kimiko Ishizaka about the project - this is a must-read article: http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/kimiko-ishizaka-and-musescore-team-release-open-well-tempered-clavier
A review of the recording by Campbell Vertesi: http://thecastmusic.com/blog/kimiko-ishizakas-open-well-tempered-klavier
And.... here is the recording being #1 on Bandcamp - beating out funk, punk, electronic, and rock albums!