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This post first appeared in the November issue of The Piano Bench Magazine.
A few posts ago, I talked about how to identify and isolate a melody line, and I’d like to now expand a little bit on that by talking about how to then bring out that melody line once you’ve found it, something I only very briefly touched on. 630 more words
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
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