Monthly Archives: December 2013

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Pre-requisite 2: Social Class

Today’s post will be the second in a series on pre-requisite knowledge. (See the first article here.) These are concepts Read More →

Pre-requisite: A Brief Explanation of Western Culture

This blog attempts to chronicle history and music—particularly where they interact with the Catholic religion—in an uncomplicated manner. With that Read More →

Rewriting History

  Today’s post will address the subject of historical revisionism, specifically negationism. Negationism is the practice of changing or deliberately Read More →

The Old Ones

  “I like the old songs. Why don’t you people at the church play any of the old songs?” is Read More →

Hildegard Von Bingen: The Musical Saint

No figure in the history of music blends musicology with the Catholic faith as poignantly as Hildegard Von Bingen (1098-1179), Read More →