Monthly Archives: March 2016

Regina Coeli by Brahms

This is is an A Capella piece.  The polyphony is gorgeous, and it would be a lot of fun to sing this piece.   Happy Easter Everyone!

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The Crazy Associations of a Song

It is amazing how music evokes such powerful emotions within people.  I know that smell is the sense that is most closely tied to memory, but a song can easily take me back to key moments in my life. It … Continue reading

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Christ of St. John of the Cross by Salvador Dali

There’s no one in the 20th Century quite like Dali. Apparently this is based on a drawing by St. John of the Cross.  I love the idea of a Spanish genius and eccentric interpreting a Spanish mystic.  

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Palm Sunday – All glory, laud and honor

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Facebook Friends

I did not join Facebook until my senior year of college.  At that point, only high school students and college students were permitted to join.  Of course, that did not last long. I remember someone I knew in college who called … Continue reading

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