Creating New Ways for Audiences to Participate in Performance
Piano Etudes lets audiences participate in the composition process
Posted February 11, 2009 | Atlanta, GA
Music Professor Jason Freeman created Piano Etudes, a Web-based application that allows audiences to participate in the composition process.
According to Freeman, his Piano Etudes are not like traditional etudes that you might go and hear a musician play in a concert. In Freeman
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