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Wherefore art thou...Viola?!

Good morning Roz,

Happy Belated Shakespeare Day! I certainly had a good day. I have rarely had a nicer surprise than someone setting up a joint Shakespeare blog for me, all beautiful and ready to go. 297 more words



‎In the anime

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Watch: Startup Bets on Millennials and House Parties to Save Classical Music

If you walk into a chamber concert organized by Groupmuse, you soon realize this is not your traditional classical performance. There’s clapping in-between movements of Mozart’s duo in G major, as well as whistling, drinking and sitting on the floor so close to the musicians that one risks getting jabbed with every note. 560 more words

Judi Dench in Twelfth Night

Judi Dench as Viola in Twelfth Night for The RSC (Royal Shakespeare Company) in 1969.

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I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings

The biggest moments in my life have all started the same way:

The racing of a heart. The trembling of a hand. Solemn faced nobodies spouting insipid axioms while escorting me to dark, ominous rooms. 721 more words


Successful, Albeit Temporary, Unions

Example 5. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto Number 2, Movement 3 (Measures 306-325)
Earl Wild, Jascha Horenstein, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Chandos

The scoring of this part is a bit more standard than the oboe-viola combination earlier. 1,659 more words