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  1. Periapsis Music and Dance Presents To Take You There

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    August 29, 2021 by Admin

    Brevity is the soul of wit.  Brevity, in these days of the Cod-19 pandemic, is also the soul of good …
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  2. Two CD Reviews from Dana Paul Perna

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    August 20, 2021 by Admin

    Sparre OLSEN: Complete Piano Music  Øyvind Aase, piano Toccata Classics CD  TOCC 0584 …..so, if it was after mid-March 2020, …
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  3. Fathers’ Day Thoughts – on Dad(s), Family Man, Hannah, Wagner, and Jewish Currents by Leonard Lehrman

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    June 21, 2021 by Admin

    It’s been nearly half a year since my last article; time to take a Summer break from our monthly Tuesday …
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  4. Two New Biographies and a Trove of CDs, by Leonard Lehrman

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    December 23, 2020 by Admin

    Two New Biographies and a Trove of CDs   As 2020 finally comes to a close, and the Trumpandemic winds …
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  5. Gradus – Music by Composer David Claman

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    December 20, 2020 by Admin

    David Claman (https://davidclaman.com/) is an Associate Professor at Lehman College-CUNY, where he teaches music theory and composition. He’s held residencies …
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  6. About Maestro Harold Rosenbaum and the Early Days of The Canticum Novum Singers

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    September 1, 2020 by Admin

    by Maestro Harold Rosenbaum, Conductor and Artistic Director of The New York Virtuoso Singers, The Canticum Novum Singers and their …
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  7. Why the Met Tannhäuser Teared Me Up by Leonard Lehrman

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    July 30, 2020 by Admin

    “My eyes fill with tears,” sings Mattathias in my opera Hannah (see http://ljlehrman.artists-in-residence.com/Hannah.html), as they do now, partly because I’m recovering …
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  8. On Songwriting: Kapilow, Sondheim, Laitman, and the York, by Leonard Lehrman

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    June 18, 2020 by Admin

    On Songwriting: Kapilow, Sondheim, Laitman, and the York By Leonard Lehrman, Copyright 2020 Threescore years ago, or close to it, …
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  9. Da Capo Chamber Players Remembering George Walker, February 12, 2020 at New York City’s Kaufman Music Center

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    March 8, 2020 by Admin

    This concert was presented on February 12, 2020 at New York City’s Kaufman Music Center by the marvelous Da Capo …
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  10. Beth Anderson – Robert Ashley, Ear Magazine, an Opera, Graphic Scores, Electro-acoustic Excitement – Part 6 of her memoir

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    January 22, 2020 by Admin

    Read Part 1 of Beth’s memoir at http://www.soundwordsight.com/2019/07/beth-anderson-the-early-days-from-her-memoir/. Read Part 2 at http://www.soundwordsight.com/2019/08/beth-anderson-age-7-to-15-from-her-memoir/. Read Part 3 at http://www.soundwordsight.com/2019/08/beth-anderson-age-15-to-18-part-3-of-her-memoir/. Read Part 4 …
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