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Golden Ratio, Forms, Musical and Technical Approach in The Well-Tempered Clavier (Part 1)

The Well-Tempered Clavier is one of the greatest work in classical music by J.S. Bach. It was referred as the “Old Testament in classical music, where Beethoven’s 32 sonatas collection is the New Testament. 373 more words

The First Volume of Fugue

As is probably the case with most English departments, the halls of the UI English department are scattered with old and recent copies of the literary magazine its grad students publish, … 705 more words

Idaho MFA

Sunday Writing Prompt #228 “It’s All In The Title”

I am not a man who visits desire.

A shriveled fruit, a pillar of salt

my emptiness splits me like a moat.

I am the alter ego who got away. 62 more words



There will come a day
when, unplugged and remote,
you dissolve and slip gently
between the veils,
so much mist
for mourning’s soft focus
into grave clarity.
John Biscello


Wraiths of limb, breaching
the city’s vague hints of fugue–
People disappear.

Now Streaming: Fugue Release Instrumental Slow Burner "Sun Got Bit"

It has been a long time since western, CT instrumental rockers Fugue have released any new music.  Six years this past August (to be exact, but who’s counting?). 204 more words


Classical Crash Course, part four: Bach to the Future

This week, we’re going back in time. Or should I say, Bach in time, because that is an original joke I just thought of and no one else has. 987 more words