How often do you think about an afterlife for your music? Not from the angle of yet-to-be-invented audio formats, speaker design, or 3-dimensional solid storage media. I mean the written and tangible form we call sheet music which permits future performances. After all, your true audience may not even have been born yet! Shouldn’t your music be saved for posterity if it’s any good (and as tissue for “posteriority” if it isn’t)?
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