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Harmonographic Analysis Shows Symmetry of Perfect Harmony
in Justly Intonated Intervals
Harmonographic Analysis Shows
Lack of Harmony
in Modern Equally Tempered
Western Music Scale Intervals
Immersion in Perfectly Harmonious Sound Fields
Makes a Big Difference!
I love this review:
"It's great, Cameron, just purchased it. Thank you." - Alexandra du Bois
Why do I love this review? Because...
Alexandra du Bois is a composer of solo, chamber, orchestral and vocal works. Her music has been performed throughout five continents at venues including Carnegie Hall, The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam; Barbican Hall, London; Hanoi Opera House, Hanoi, Vietnam, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris; Kursaal Centre, San Sebastian; Smetana Hall, Prague; Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires; Kursaal Palace, San Sebastian, among many others and festivals including the Ravinia, Cabrillo, Savannah, Summerfest, Mammoth Lakes, Ascending Dragon, ACA and Tribeca New Music festivals.
Her commissions include those from Kronos Quartet, The Beaux Arts Trio, Bargemusic, Orchestra of St. Luke's, Anchorage Symphony Orchestra, Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, PALS Children's Chorus-Boston, Present Music, Milwaukee Choral Artists, Milwaukee Children's Choir, Savannah Music Festival, Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, New York Classical Players, trio MAYA, Azure Ensemble, and Southwest Chamber Music, among many others. Alexandra du Bois has previously been Composer-in-Residence at Dartmouth College, Carnegie Hall through The Weill Music Institute's Professional Training Workshop "Kronos: Signature Works," Mammoth Lakes Music Festival, the Harrison House, Merkin Concert Hall's Composers Close Up series; in 2010 she was Composer-in-Residence with California's Grammy-award winning Southwest Chamber Music throughout Los Angeles and Vietnam.
Alexandra du Bois received her MM from The Juilliard School as a recipient of the Sylvia and Milton Babbitt Scholarship and her BM from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music after studying at the Longy School of Music and the University of Massachusetts-Boston while in high school. Her teachers in composition have been Christopher Rouse, Sven-David Sandström, Don Freund, Claude Baker,Osvaldo Golijov, Howard Frazin and David Patterson, among others. As a violinist, having played the instrument since the age of two, she studied with violinists Lynn Chang, Federico Agostini, Henryk Kowalski, Sophia Vilker, Peter Haase and Suzanne Schreck among others. Her works are currently published exclusively by Arbor Mundi Music.
You get the idea... Thanks again, Alexandra...