A few weeks ago I had an interview on the Quarantine Phone Calls, which you can read about here. This is my Letter to the World.
My heart goes out to you, whether you're here in Milwaukee or as far away as Iran, Japan, or South Africa. I want to send you courage. Courage to ask for the help you need, courage to face every moment as it arises. Courage to remember that every day is a step in the right direction.
I also want to send you honest. Honesty so you can feel every...
Singers are usually on very stretched budgets, and now's the time to learn some reeeeeeally cheap recipes that are good now and in other, less interesting times. ;-)
This first one is new to me, the second recipe is for a lentil soup. A client of mine sent me this recipe a long time ago and it's good in all seasons, with different spices, etc. I freeze single portions and
1. Navajo Flatbread
(Found on FB via Joyce Larson and Brandon Johnson)
2 cups flour
1 - 1...
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, something near & dear to my heart. Financial abuse is one indicator of an abusive relationship and this can be found anywhere there are people. Thus we become more aware of it, and we act in new & different ways to recover from it and prevent it in the future.
From the organization that doesn't pay on time to the low-balling of honorariums, you've surely seen it all. So have I. I've been paid late, had to request fees actually be paid,...
Wouldn't it be awesome to stand up in front of thousands of people in a packed hall and give an amazing speech saying thank you to everyone who has affected your life and career? And for it to be televised? And then jet off to your next destination, ready to take the stage, film the scene, give the next lecture.
That would be SO COOL.
Just like it would be SO COOL to win a big award like a Grammy. And then people start calling YOU.
That would be so awesome.
And it most surely isso awesome to...
1. Music isn't for kids--it's full of sax and violins.
2. If I told you I loved you, would you love me Bach?
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4. My name is Franz, and you are on my Liszt.
5. If it ain't Baroque, don't fix it.
6. I think your G-String is a bit tight.
Words fail to describe this, really, you just need to watch. Sit back, turn up the speakers, and watch the whole thing.
The one thing you need to know: this piece is a theme and variations, so it's a musical theme (a melody) that's presented and then Herr Roman Kim plays multiple variations on that theme. You'll still recognize parts of the original theme, but it might be played higher, lower, or with 'extra' notes within the same melody.
Think of it as one car (the theme) with lots of...
NASA has released Hubble telescope pictures and they are fascinating. Some, like the horsehead nebulae, are descriptive, some are fascinating, some just plain odd. One of them is particularly striking, and perhaps this is what music actually looks like:
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