Monthly Archives: September 2005

Sunday’s Coming

The dilemma of a church organist: Sunday’s coming. There’s always another Sunday, or a wedding, or memorial, or other special event to prepare for. And somewhere after Monday I realize I need another prelude (postlude/offertory). And there’s not much time! … Continue reading

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North north, or finding oneself

I mentioned in my last post that my cousin Michael is in Norway. North Norway. As in there will be a lot of winter to shovel. I’m going to ask him if I can excerpt from a general letter he … Continue reading

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Starting Over–Ready or Not

Unlike my last post, where I wasn’t sure where the end of August had gone, I know quite well where the first part of September has gone. Like schools, the church year actually begins as September is reached. Liturgically the … Continue reading

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summer’s end, or the “vision thing”

Well, it’s September 1 and I don’t know where the last couple of weeks of August went. I’ve written a couple of small compositions, but that didn’t take long. I’ve started settling in to my new church position, leading up … Continue reading

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