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Queering the Ghazal

“In fugue or bastard ghazal, she is seeking no place like home. / When language becomes a girl, she speaks for a voice like home.” 590 more words

Thomas's fugue is a rainforest

I hear a struggle, running, pushing aside trees, run run run. Stop, wait, quiet. Be quiet. Look around. Is it coming. Listen. Breathe breathe breathe. Walk slowly slowly. 206 more words


2016-10-09 Notes from the Bench

“Toccata in D minor ‘Dorian’” by Johann Sebastian Bach

A commentary on this week’s music by Dr. James T. Gerber, Music Associate

Johann Sebastian Bach… 385 more words

All Saints' Episcopal Church

Haiku Wednesday: The Great 48

The Great 48
Await my attentive ears
And eyes: a wonder:

A stained glass window,
A kaleidoscope of notes
Gliding so smoothly.

Carefully crafted
Interlocking harmonies… 235 more words


Fugue Writing Fun

Today I’d like to share with you a delightful, if impractical, method of fugue writing.  First, here’s the back story.

So I wanted to write a fugue… 554 more words




The Black Man once asked me whether I should try singing out loud, I told him my voice was not that pleasant, it was too raspy and people looked at me like I had smoked a thousand cigarettes that Wednesday morning when I used to ask them directions. 1,567 more words

Vedant Dev Sharma

Movie Night

October, 2010.  I stood up to my (former) husband and traveled half way across the state to see a one night only documentary on a subject that I am passionate about.  637 more words