Flawed. That is the word I would use to define my sex.
Women. We may all be different. But we are all flawed.
One of the biggest flaws we have is our need to understand men — change them even. 356 more words
So how should we approach Schubert’s “Ganymed?” First and foremost, take your confounded foot off the damper pedal! As I’ve ranted on before (and will continue to do so in the future I’m sure) keyboard musicians, whether it’s organists and their ceaseless slithering legato, or pianists with their obsessive use of the damper pedal, simply refuse to follow a composer’s phrasing and articulations; that is, unless it’s blatantly obvious. 1,788 more words
It came to my attention a little while ago on an online discussion concerning matters on approaching the accompaniment to Schubert’s “Ganymed” D.544. So, not having played the song before I decided to look further into it, and in typical fashion, became obsessed with it. 511 more words
I thought in light of the extended time between this and the Part B, I figured it would be appropriate to repost this
While I wait for this “Mercury Retrograde” bull crap to be over, why note get in tune with some good music and good vibes. An unreleased track by Dr. 65 more words