[in her own words:]
I have a rich and varied musical life. During my years as a musician, I have been a wind player, a string player, an early-music specialist, a choral singer, an orchestral musician, a radio announcer and programmer, a record reviewer, a program annotator, an editor, a writer on musical subjects, a teacher, a member of a string quartet, and a composer. Though I derive a great deal of pleasure from all my musical activities, nothing makes me happier than writing music.
I write obsessively and passionately, and tend to use techniques I have found in some of the many different styles of music that have been around for the past thousand or so years.
I have written a good deal of chamber music, some orchestral music, an opera, music for dancers, several songs and song cycles, and some solo piano music. My chamber music is available through Subito Music or through Theodore Front.
If you are interested in Elaine Fine's latest treatise on music, read Musical Assumptions on another server.
Elaine Fine's Thematic Catalog Blogspot www.thematiccatalog.blogspot.com
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