Volume 46

Those who arrived in San Antonio a day early were treated to an event of music and technology unlike any ever before assembled for a CMS conference. The CMS 2006 conference began with a pre-conference that immersed some 50 attendees in the latest applications of video conferencing and Internet collaboration…
Context Brian Mann once stated in these pages1 that competence in music appreciation is, among other things, a matter of continually expanding frames of reference. He stated, as an example, that one appreciates Beethoven's Eroica to a certain extent on becoming familiar with it, to a greater extent when one…
Many of us in college music have been grappling with issues surrounding digital delivery of music, both for listening activities for students in our courses and for downloading and copyright concerns for student and faculty music listening in general. RIAA's aggressive legal actions have made us acutely aware of copyright…
Editor's Note: The author points out that this article was adapted, with permission, from an article originally published in the TI-ME newsletter (Fall 2005, www.ti-me.org). The college music experience of today reinforces the need for our students to be as technology proficient as possible in order to be tuned into…