Links for the week

More from the inbox.

The BBC Scottish SO have a blog and have been posting on their recent tour of the Netherlands.

Forty years after Cage and Knowles, a new book (and website) explores contemporary notation. NewMusicBox has more.

Kenneth Woods speaks up for the serial hegemony.

How we see you: Music and Hungarian identity 1: “Hungarian hip-hop has been going strong since 1984, and its musicians are keen to be recognised globally. The problem: they’re just not Hungarian enough.”

How we see you: Music and Hungarian identity 2: “David Del Tredici’s ‘Magyar Madness’ … a tour de force that explores every color of the clarinet and then some, with colorful and often antic writing that builds into what the composer describes as ‘a goulash of musical frenzy.'”

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