Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Appropriate Planning: Sacred Vs Secular

Today I would like to explain the meaning of a couple of terms that are important when dealing with concert Read More →

Working as a Church Musician

One will encounter a variety of situations working as a church organist or pianist. Aside from the regular Sunday services Read More →

This Song is Killing Me

Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa (1560-1613) was a late renaissance Italian nobleman, lute player, composer, and murderer. In music he is Read More →

Pre-requisite 4: The Industrial Revolution

In the last post we discussed how music is the story of the people who listen to it. Whenever people Read More →

Pre-requisite 3: The Franco-Prussian War

This post is the third in a series on Western culture entitled Pre-requisites. (See the first and second articles.) In Read More →