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on November 26, 2014

This post appears originally on my blog:
http://mathewsjames.blogspot.com/2014/03/faking-it.html
The musical examples noted here can be found following the above link since embedding images is not as simple on here.

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on October 3, 2014

The original post appears on my blog http://mathewsjames.blogspot.com/2014/04/solfege-and-how-it-saved-me.html
As well head on over to my soundcloud I just passed 1000 listens and hope to have new recordings up soon! https://soundcloud.com/mathewsjames

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on April 26, 2014

This post appears on my personal blog as well at http://mathewsjames.blogspot.com/ head on over and give it a read. I thought it was a good post to make here to possibly stir up some discussions in regards to these matters.

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on March 9, 2014

This post appears on my personal blog as well at http://mathewsjames.blogspot.com/ head on over and give it a read. I thought it was a good post to make here to possibly stir up some discussions in regards to these matters.

"As I mentioned in my post last week I was preparing to talk about certain elements of a performance that in my mind help make a complete and memorable performance... Then I was sidetracked. But, we are back to our regular programming and will go on from here.

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on February 15, 2014

Hey everyone!

I am currently working on Stockhausen's work for horn and Electronics Nebadon, from the 24 hours of the day. As of now there is a performance in Chicago of it, but things may continue to develop. It may interest people but you can follow my blog A World of Sounds as I undertake this project.

http://mathewsjames.blogspot.com/

I hope to find a way to bring a performance of this monumental work back home to Canada.

As well as the blog there is a link to my soundcloud which features a recent performance of Hildegard Westerkamp's Fantasie for Horns II

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on November 18, 2013

I gave a recital last week at the DePaul school of music along with a flute player Michael Hoover. We performed works by Westerkamp, Saariaho, Hetu, and Steven Snowden. The concert was a great success and was successfully streamed to over 50 people live.

https://soundcloud.com/mathewsjames/fantasie-for-horns-ii

A recording of Fantasie for horns II.

Enjoy,

Mathew James