Andrew Patner and Anastasia Tsioulcas celebrate Adolph "Bud" Herseth, the awe-inspiring, epoch-making Chicago Symphony trumpeter, who died last weekend at the age of ninety-one.... Congratulations to Caroline Shaw, who has won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Music for her work Partita. You can listen at her website, and buy a recording at New Amsterdam.... President Obama's 2014 budget contains some good news for the arts — modest increases in the budgets of the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities — but a proposed limit on tax deductions for charitable giving could have a devastating effect on arts institutions, not to mention higher education, medical research, and much else.... Charpentier's David et Jonathas comes to BAM this week, with William Christie presiding. Parterre has a preview.... There's a new documentary about Maurice Martenot, inventor of the ondes Martnenot. It shows at NYU on April 24.... Speaking of the NEH, it has funded a digitization project for the wondrous archives of WNYC. Among the treasures: a discussion of American music with Copland, Bernstein, Lukas Foss, and Irving Fine; a 1952 Lewisohn Stadium concert with Marian Anderson singing Monteverdi's Lamento d'Arianna, a zesty Rosenkavalier Suite with Mitropoulos conducting, and airplanes flying overhead; and a March of Dimes fundraiser at which Eleanor Roosevelt plays disc jockey, spinning Elvis Presley at the request of kids with polio ("Oh, you all like the same person, don't you?").... Lisa Bielawa's years-in-the-making Tempelhof Broadcast project will reach fruition in May. A video foretaste is here.