Monthly Archives: November 2005

Borrowed Music

Well, if you’re going to borrow a musical idea, who better to do it from than yourself! I like to think that I’m in good company: Mozart, Bach, Handel–LOTS of Handel–and scores (pun intended) of other composers. Mark, who responded … Continue reading

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Andante Grazioso

While things have quieted a little from my last post, I’m really enjoying preparing for the upcoming WomenSing concert. There’s nothing like being able to collaborate with an ensemble that’s on top of its game, with an outstanding conductor and … Continue reading

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Allegro Molto

Things have been nicely busy, both musically and personally, over the last several weeks. I’ve written at least three pieces of music, performed in three concerts, am getting ready for another, and am about to get started on a new … Continue reading

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tempo rubato all over again

I blinked and October disappeared! We took a week or so with my Dad in his condo in Hawaii (I did get some golf in among the shopping trips for new bedding and various small repairs). It was a good … Continue reading

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