The American Music Center was a non-profit organization which aimed to promote the creating, performing, and enjoying of new American music. The center's mandate was to make the music of its composer members available to potential performers and conductors, and to act as a clearinghouse for the dissemination of information vital to its membership. Until that time, American composers had not been able to firmly establish themselves or their music as a unique American commodity that was of both high quality and in great demand.
As their music came of age, these composers began to organize themselves into a substantial power base that would not only get their music heard but also make assurances for appropriate representation, promotion and compensation. The American Music Center was one of the leading organizations in this campaign.
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A partnership with the New York Public Library, initiated in led to cooperative cataloging initiatives and eventually to an agreement that the center's entire collection of scores would over time be transferred to the library. The American Music Center's score library, now housed at the Music Division, numbered close to 60, items.
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Filled with typical Saint-Saens qualities, it is enchanting music. Mozart's 5th of 13 serenades is a lovely piece. It is Mozart at his best. That's your role with her as a conductor. What's it like to sit next to her playing piano on Carnival of the Animals?
And I'm, you know, I'm a conductor nowadays and it was pretty scary and I was sweating bullets before the first rehearsal. She just made me better than I actually am.
And isn't that a fantastic quality to have in a musician if you're doing chamber music. And of course onto my musicians who would play along with us there. I think it's actually pretty hilarious hearing you and Martha Argerich trying to play scales badly. Is that a challenge for you?
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And so therefore it it's very funny. I know the composer wrote Carnival of the Animals for a chamber orchestra but it seems like, often it's heard more with a fuller orchestra. Is that right?