Dear all, Welcome to the July 2022 edition of the Artistic Score Engraving newsletter. I hope you are surviving this scorching summer in the austral hemisphere or enjoying a cool winter in the boreal one! I am having a hard time doing anything when it becomes hot, in general, but this year, starting from the…Keep reading
The Elegy on the death of Anton Rubinstein for two cellos, composed by Carlo Alfredo Piatti (1822—1901) on November 22, 1894, just two weeks after the Russian master’s passing, is the second publication of this year where we celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of the cellist and composer from Bergamo. This edition faithfully reflects…Keep reading
Dear all, Welcome to the June 2022 instalment of my monthly newsletter. I hope that, wherever you are in the world, you are healthy, safe, and can proudly fight against all the speculations that are plaguing our society. All we can do is to try to make the little corner of world around us a…Keep reading
This article is an expanded and enriched version of the Editorial Notes you will find in the published edition, which you can find here. Producing this edition Hunting for the source Preparing this second instalment of my complete Dotzauer republishing project was much harder than I initially thought. The first edition, op. 58, contained twelve…Keep reading
Episode 18 — Types (Part 10: Function types) Welcome back! Today we are scratching the surface of one of the greatest subjects in programming: functions! My goal in this episode will be to try to keep this concise and, at the same time, interesting and helpful to read. Let’s dive right in! Function types It…Keep reading
Dear all, The next few paragraphs will contain some personal reflections on the current geopolitical situation. If you do not feel like reading them, or feel disturbed by anything written in there, please, just skip to the next section where I resume the musical talk. Thank you for your patience and understanding. The war that…Keep reading
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