Igor Strawinsky at the “Street Workout” on Charlie Chaplin’s estate in Beverly Hills in 1937 (Paul Sacher Foundation Basel)
"[...] another site that demonstrates a brilliant use of the possibilities of the web to enrich musical experience in hitherto-undreamed-of ways [...]"
(Tom Service, The Guardian, 20.7.2015)
"Professionals will find much to admire. But even music lovers who don’t have the capacity to play these works can gain a great deal from Explore the Score. [...] an absolute treasure."
(Stuart Isacoff, The Wall Street Journal, 17.08.2015)
"Aimard [...] provides illuminating commentaries on the pieces [...]"
(Michael Church, The Independent)
"All of it is made with great musical and didactic intelligence."
(Jan Brachmann, Frankfurter Allgemeine, 8.4.2015)
"Clicking playfully here and there on the score, you stumble upon explanations that tune the ear ever finer, and before you know it you’re on a voyage of discovery. Lured by the Internet – to learn, marvel and chuckle."
(Margarete Zander, Deutschlandradio Kultur, 29.03.2015)
"The interactive score [...] is so self-explanatory that even an average knowledge of navigating on the Internet suffices to use it."
(Tobias Gerber, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 22.7.2015)
"Of all the interactive websites geared towards music education, none is closer to the musical substance than explorethescore."
(Matthias Nöther, Deutschlandfunk)
"There is a wealth of information here […] not only for the interested layperson; and professional musicians and academics are also likely to benefit from this platform. It can even be put to good use […] in the context of third-level teaching."
(Stefan Drees, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, 4/2016)