THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Putting a new spin on Bach with Toronto DJ SlowPitchSound

From the article:

“Musicians in general are prone to adapt new technology. Beethoven was so taken with Johann Nepomuk Maelzel’s new invention, the metronome, that the composer himself came up with a marketing plan to help sell the thing. It was Frederick’s collection of newfangled “forte-pianos” that lured Bach senior to the royal court in the first place. It’s The Altered Offering, the barrier-bending turntable work from Cheldon Paterson (aka SlowPitchSound), riffing on The Musical Offering, that might be incentive enough to draw an audience to the Soundstreams’ event.”

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