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Going Home

Something for the weekend, Going Home sung by Sissel Kyrkjebø.  The music of the song was taken from Dvorak’s New World Symphony.  The lyrics were written in 1922 by Dvorak’s pupil William Ames Fisher.

Happy New...


Already it portends an eventful year. Book releases.  Elections.  Conflicts.  Marriages.  Arrivals and departures.  And, as always, remarkable weather.  At the moment we are experiencing an extended period of snow and cold temperatures. 185 more words


Symphony No. 9, “From the New World,” 2nd Movement (Largo)

Do not underestimate the morphine-like effects of things written in D-flat major.


Stress Management, Classical Music, and Dvorak New World Symphony

Dinner Topics for Friday

For we must consider that we shall be as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all people are upon us.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

Vampire Code: The Road Leads Out

Sylvia stayed late after school to tutor a friend in math. By the time she arrived home, her ma was helping Zap with his homework. 1,025 more words

New World Symphony

Mozart from Havana in Miami

Listen while you can, Miami. The most in-demand classical music ticket tonight is to the sold-out concert by Simone Dinnerstein, one of the finest classical pianists in the world, with the Havana Lyceum Orchestra at the New World Symphony’s New World Center. 521 more words


A Foot in the Door

A Foot in the Door

A Monologue in One Act

Setting:  A small and very old chapel. A crucifix shrouded in black gauze is on the wall. 2,587 more words