Monday Link Round Up: March 4, 2019

Monday Link Round Up: March 4, 2019

Celebrate Women’s History Month by remembering women composers! Our 2019 Women Composers Calendar is now ON SALE!  Grab your copy for just $13, including shipping.  Find it in our shop. Plan ahead for the Women Composers Festival of Hartford Festival!  Find the full schedule of events and get your tickets at the WCFH Website. Get a daily dose of #5womencomposers at the Music Theory Examples by Women Facebook page. (And music educators can enhance their curricula  with the amazing resources at the MTEW website. Catch up on podcasts by Listening to Ladies, where Elizabeth Blair has conversations with contemporary women…

Featured Guest Blog: Louise Talma (Part III!)

Featured Guest Blogger: Kendra Preston Leonard Today we feature the third installment in our Featured Guest Blogger series, again focusing on the work of Kendra Preston Leonard and her new book on Lousie Talma. Leonard is a musicologist whose work focuses on women and music in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries; music and screen history, and music and disability. Kendra Preston Leonard is the Director of the Silent Film Sound and Music Archive. The intro chapter to Leonard’s book on Talma is available as a PDF, or through Amazon with the Kindle App. The essay below is drawn from the book,…

Featured Guest Blog: Louise Talma (Part II!)

Featured Guest Blogger: Kendra Preston Leonard  Today we feature the second installment in our Featured Guest Blogger series, again focusing on the work of Kendra Preston Leonard and her new book on Lousie Talma.  Leonard is a musicologist whose work focuses on women and music in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries; music and screen history, and music and disability.  Kendra Preston Leonard is the Director of the Silent Film Sound and Music Archive. The intro chapter to Leonard’s book on Talma is available as a PDF, or through Amazon with the Kindle App. The essay below is drawn from the book, but…

Featured Guest Blog: Discovering Louise Talma’s First Orchestral Works

Featured Guest Blogger:  Kendra Preston Leonard   We are happy to be launching a new series of guest bloggers. Leonard’s book Louise Talma: A Life in Composition (Ashgate) was published last year and caught our attention, so we are honored to have her as our first “FGB.”   A musicologist whose work focuses on women and music in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries; music and screen history,  and music and disability, Kendra Preston Leonard is the Director of the Silent Film Sound and Music Archive.   The intro chapter to Leonard’s book on Talma is available as a PDF, or through Amazon with the Kindle App.…