Thursday, April 30, 2009

BEDA Day 30: It's Over!

Well, this is it. BEDA is officially over with this post, #30.

It's been a fun ride, and, although it was a bit more than I'm able to do permanently, I like how engaged this processes has kept me with my own music, life, and readers.

Thanks to Oby for the most comments, and to Candy for helping me find out about BEDA.

As a final flourish, here is a list of every BEDA post topic I've covered, from insightful to insignificant: (They are linked for your convenience.)

Day 30: It's Over!

Day 29: BEDA Fizzling Out, but that's okay

Day 28: A short one

Day 27: Readings and Weather

Day 26: More of Me

Day 25: Recital Season

Day 24: Music Notation and Production Software

Day 23: Slonimsky's Thesaurus of Scales and Melodic Patterns

Day 22: Free Public Domain Classical Sheet Music

Day 21: What Composers Talk About by Kyle Gann

Day 20: Reich's Double Sextet Awarded the Puliter Prize

Day 19: Death and Taxes

Day 18: Harmony II Review Materials, Now with Formal Analyses!

Day 17: New Music Bakesale

Day 16: Melodyhound

Day 15: Darwin Analysis

Day 14: Signed, Sealed & Delivered

Music Appetizer Week #7 and BEDA Day 13: Generations

Day 12: Recordings

Day 11: Darwin and Minimalism

Day 10: Pandora

Day 9: Sarah Watkins

Day 8: Jazz Analysis

Day 7: Jeff Pressing on the Application of Set Theory Analysis to Jazz

Day 6: Bartok Piano Music

Day 5: Bad Habit Ultimate

Day 4: Django Reinhardt

Day 3: Riley's in C

Day 2: Richard Mills and String Quartets

(Day 1): to atone for the past few weeks


  1. Yay! Shoutout love!

    Javen and I are up to our ears in wedding and reception planning. When did this get so complicated? What did you do for your wedding reception? I'm forgetting.

  2. Congratulations! I'm impressed that you did it :)