GoodSoundClub's Home
Manifesto Copyright
Statistics Site Links
Site Map Surveys
Send Email to Romy the Cat
The member login at the front page and Boston's local musical events calendar are fixed and operational now...
Audio Knowledge Tree ™
Romy's "Audio Rules"
Audiophile Satire
Melquiades SET Amplifier
Macondo Acoustic System
End of Life Phonostage
Audio Demoronizator AD-1
My Exotic Audio Leftovers
My Playback System
» Nothing Is Perfect
» Who makes horns? Archite»
» Matching Playback Method»
» Lampizator horn
» About the Audio Neutrali»
» Coral x-viii
» Balanchine’s “Pathetique”
» Problems with horns: upp»
» Tanglewood Music Center »
» The best practices for D»
» Macondo Horns: biography.
» Wiring for box speakers?
» If you are in Bruckner: »
» Live memories of Live br»
» De-stress not decompress»
» Phono stages with SU-1
» HELP: I’m a line-level l»
» I wish I could speak Ger»
» Horns and digital crosso»
» Disregard the industry p»
» Pro Audio: JBL SR-4735X
» Beware of the "dipo»
» Johannes Brahms - Sympho»
» The Dark Hope of Renee F»
» Any good sounding AES/EB»
» The new FM Classical sce»
» Beethoven PVC Trio, Opus»
» What is High-End Audio?
» What, no Mahler?
» Some Observations about »
» A weekend of treats by B»
» The WHRB’s Orgies period.
» About TTH characteristic»
» Audio and Music: four le»
» Help FM Broadcast
» Tree motors from one sid»
» The "mystery&am»
» Melquiadising other amp?
Bookmarked are red
Russian Records
Russian Music in 20th Ce»
Electronics encyclopedia
Classical Music Network
StateWork Broadcast Reco»
FM Radio Query
High-Tech Hi-Fi
Jim Moskowitz's Unknown »
Classical Composers
Dan Lavry's Forum
IMSLP Music Library
More Links »»
Romy the Cat's personal site dedicated to advanced audio and evolved music reproduction techniques
Classical Music programming of National Public Radio
  Ennio Morricone, The Sound Of The American West, Dies At 91
The iconic Italian composer, who scored The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and more than 500 other films, died Monday in Rome.   (6 July)
  NPR Music's 25 Favorite Albums Of 2020 (So Far)
How can it be possible that we're only halfway through the year? Here are 25 albums from 2020's first six months that are worth holding onto for the next six, and beyond.   (30 June)
  Someone Finally Remembered William Dawson's 'Negro Folk Symphony'
Broadcast nationwide in 1934 and praised by listeners and critics alike, a masterful symphony soon fell silent. A new recording hopes to help revive an American treasure.   (26 June)
  Carnegie Hall And Lincoln Center Cancel Performances For Rest Of 2020
Two of New York City's biggest cultural institutions said Thursday that they will remain closed through the New Year, due to the pandemic.   (19 June)
  Yo-Yo Ma: Goats, Rodeos And The Power Of Music
Hear the cellist talk about the purpose of music in the face of racial tension and health crises, plus his new album, Not Our First Goat Rodeo, which reunites him with old bluegrass buddies.   (17 June)
  A New Library Of Congress Project Commissions Music Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
The Library of Congress is debuting 10 works of new music about the COVID-19 pandemic. The project takes inspiration from Giovanni Boccaccio, a writer who collected stories about the Black Death.   (12 June)
  Clarinetist Anthony McGill Kneels, Pleads And Plays For Justice
With the help of a few "wrong" notes, the principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic turned "America the Beautiful" into a solemn protest of police violence.   (4 June)
  Lara Downes: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
Watch the pianist reimagine old spirituals and songs of freedom that continue to resonate in new ways.   (30 May)
  Our Daily Breather: Make The Perfect Cup Of Quarantine Coffee With Davóne Tines
In Our Daily Breather, we ask artists to recommend ways to find calm in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Davóne Tines has been reconnecting with family and enjoying the ritual of making coffee.   (28 May)
  Our Daily Breather: Steve Reich Composes During The Coronavirus Crisis
In Our Daily Breather, we ask writers and artists to recommend ways to find calm in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Steve Reich tells NPR Music about his new composition.   (26 May)
  Rachel Portman Steps Away From The Screen With 'Ask The River'
The first woman composer to win an Oscar for best original score is releasing her first album of music not written for a film or stage production.   (22 May)
  Our Daily Breather: Jonathan Biss Isn't Taking Music Or Food For Granted
In Our Daily Breather, we ask artists to recommend ways to find calm in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Pianist Jonathan Biss is focusing on being grateful.   (21 May)
  Our Daily Breather: Jennifer Koh On Finding Carefree Joy
In Our Daily Breather, we ask writers and artists to recommend ways to find calm in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Violinist Jennifer Koh recommends seeking out a source of carefree joy.   (18 May)
  Krzysztof Penderecki, Boundary-Breaking Polish Composer, Dies At 86
Known early on for his avant-garde works, the composer's challenging music nevertheless found fans far beyond traditional classical music circles.   (17 May)
  Famed Opera Singer Plácido Domingo Hospitalized Due To COVID-19 Complications
Domingo's reported hospitalization comes days after he posted a message on Facebook saying it was his "moral obligation" to reveal he tested positive for the disease caused by the coronavirus.   (17 May)
  Andrea Bocelli To Perform In An Empty Duomo Cathedral On Easter Sunday
The Italian star will sing songs like "Ave Maria" live from the empty halls of one the world's most famous churches.   (17 May)
  Richard Teitelbaum, Experimentalist With An Earth-Spanning Ear, Dead At 80
As a young man, Teitelbaum looked to avant-garde artists like John Cage for inspiration. He'd later follow those footsteps towards figuring out how to make music from — what else? — brain waves.   (17 May)
  Andrea Bocelli Will Offer His Easter Concert For Free On YouTube
On Sunday, renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli will perform a solo concert at the Cathedral of Milan. It will be live streamed on YouTube, but there will be no audience in the church.   (17 May)
  When Pandemics Arise, Composers Carry On
Plagues and epidemics are ages-old phenomena. They've triggered both fear and inspiration. NPR's Tom Huizenga surveys musical responses from composers over the centuries.   (17 May)
  Lang Lang: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
Watch the superstar pianist at home in Shanghai, China, play a soothing Chopin Nocturne and Bach you can dance to.   (17 May)
  Marin Alsop On Her Swing Orchestra And Stepping Down From The Baltimore Symphony
We learn all kinds of interesting things when we're at loose ends during a pandemic lockdown. Did you know that Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Music Director Marin Alsop co-founded a swing band?   (17 May)
  Mahan Esfahani: Tiny Desk Concert
The harpsichord is alive and well. Watch Mahan Esfahani give the first solo harpsichord recital at the Tiny Desk, playing music that spans over 250 years.   (17 May)
  Cellist Lynn Harrell Has Died, Age 76
The Grammy-winning American cellist had a wide-ranging career that spanned Bach to new music written by Augusta Read Thomas. His colleagues also treasured him as a generous musical collaborator.   (17 May)
  NPR Music's Top 14 Albums Of April
Albums are still events for us, even and especially as we shelter in place. Lido Pimienta, Fiona Apple and Sam Hunt released music that we held close to the chest.   (17 May)
  Anthony Davis Wins Pulitzer Prize For His Opera 'The Central Park Five'
The Central Park Five is an operatic narrative retelling the true story of the five African-American and Latino teenagers wrongly convicted of raping and assaulting a white woman in 1989.   (17 May)
  Augustin Hadelich: Tiny Desk Concert
Grammy-winning fiddler Augustin Hadelich brings one of the finest violins in the world to the Tiny Desk.   (17 May)
  C.P.E. Bach: Mercurial Diversions For Uncertain Times
In a new album of keyboard concertos, hear how J.S. Bach's son charted his own startling and original path in music that sparkles with unpredictability   (17 May)
  Tanglewood Has Canceled Its 2020 Live Season
The famed Massachusetts music festival — the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra — has canceled all of its live events due to the coronavirus.   (17 May)
      Search Site Forum
     Search Site via Google
    Create a New Account
    Forgot your Account
AUG 7 Davóne Tines in Rock»
AUG 28 David Finckel, cello»
DEC 17 Bach Christmas in Bo»
DEC 20 Bach Christmas in Bo»
DEC 31 Hoped-for Result in »
JUL 12 “On the Street Where»
lang lang: tiny desk (home)»
marin alsop on her swing or»
mahan esfahani: tiny desk c»
cellist lynn harrell has di»
npr music's top 14 albums o»
anthony davis wins pulitzer»
augustin hadelich: tiny des»
c.p.e. bach: mercurial dive»
marga richter, composer in»
classical music news - jul»
james harrison, music prof»
7 things to do this weeken»
ida haendel, violin virtuo»
ennio morricone was more t»
the sumptuous, sour music »
playing beethoven’s piano »
lifting the cone of silenc»
8 things to do this fourth»
classical music news. july»
5 minutes that will make y»
cultural life is back in e»
he turned ‘i can’t breathe»
classical music news - har»
a met opera star was born,»
More Music News »»
del Encina, Juan (12 July »
Dall'Abaco, Evaristo (»
Arensky, Anton Stepanovich»
Jongen, Joseph (14 Decembe»
Butterworth, George (12 Ju»
von Einem, Gottfried (24 J»
Akutagawa, Yasushi (12 Jul»
Laporte, André (12 Ju»
Noble, Lee (12 July 1938- »
Grosskopf, Giovanni (12 Ju»
Belloni, Luca (12 July 196»
Thompson, Louise (12 July »
Musatex’s Bidat Model "»
Altec 808A compression »
Pacific Microsonics Mod»
Micro Seiki RX-5000
Rohde & Schwarz EU-6201»
Altec 515B bass drivers
Fane Studio 8 dual conc»
Mid-range tantrix round»
CEC TL-0 MK2 transport
“Tree Blind Mice” colle»
Purist Audio Design Pro»
More Leftovers »»