"Today it’s almost impossible to think of music as anything other than immediately audiovisual." Robert Barry reads between the lines at a new exhibition about graphic scores
What does it mean to describe a recording as being of a moment in which it did not circulate? Asks Grubbs, on Henry Flynt's unrecorded and recorded output.
In his latest column, Philip Clark asks whether the piano is still relevant – have things dropped off since Debussy, Ravel and Janáček?
Ken Hollings discusses the post-Cageian universe at Off The Page 2011, which took place 11–13 February in Whitstable.