Realizing Ives's Universe Symphony : An Interview with Johnny Reinhard

Realizing Ives's Universe Symphony : An Interview with Johnny Reinhard Zachary Lyman zachary lyman: Perhaps you could begin by describing your work before getting involved with the Universe Symphony. johnny reinhard: my work as director and founder of the american Festival of microtonal music led me to discover microtonal compositions for performances. as a bassoonist, conductor, composer, and scholar, I have explored all manner of styles, eras, and geographies. additionally, I had already demonstrated an affinity for working with musical pieces that needed a nudge in order to be premiered, for example, mordecai Sandberg's Psalm 51, Edgard Varèse's Graphs and Time, Lou harrison's Simfony in Free Style, and La monte young's Vision. after my master's from manhattan School of music in bassoon, I spent four additional years at columbia University's Graduate School of arts and Sciences on a fellowship, studying ethnomusicology, historical musicology, and theory. I had the opportunity to make a modern performance edition, and subsequent performance, of a work by the elder Gabrieli. Johnny reinhard is a solo bassoonist, founder of the american Festival of microtonal music (new york city, 1981), composer of numerous polymicrotonal works, author of books Bach and Tuning and The Ives Universe (www.afmm .org), and publisher of PITch compact discs. his first http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Music University of Illinois Press

Realizing Ives's Universe Symphony : An Interview with Johnny Reinhard

American Music, Volume 28 (4) – Nov 24, 2010

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Zachary Lyman zachary lyman: Perhaps you could begin by describing your work before getting involved with the Universe Symphony. johnny reinhard: my work as director and founder of the american Festival of microtonal music led me to discover microtonal compositions for performances. as a bassoonist, conductor, composer, and scholar, I have explored all manner of styles, eras, and geographies. additionally, I had already demonstrated an affinity for working with musical pieces that needed a nudge in order to be premiered, for example, mordecai Sandberg's Psalm 51, Edgard Varèse's Graphs and Time, Lou harrison's Simfony in Free Style, and La monte young's Vision. after my master's from manhattan School of music in bassoon, I spent four additional years at columbia University's Graduate School of arts and Sciences on a fellowship, studying ethnomusicology, historical musicology, and theory. I had the opportunity to make a modern performance edition, and subsequent performance, of a work by the elder Gabrieli. Johnny reinhard is a solo bassoonist, founder of the american Festival of microtonal music (new york city, 1981), composer of numerous polymicrotonal works, author of books Bach and Tuning and The Ives Universe (www.afmm .org), and publisher of PITch compact discs. his first

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