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Reader Poll: Electronic Debussy versus Original--Syrinx, Sunken Cathedral, & Snowflakes are Dancing

See poll at bottom to vote.

Today I’d like to present three pieces by Debussy that I heard for the first time after moving into the French House, at Indiana University, in 1975. 396 more words


Hello World!

My name is Cassandra O’Hanlon.

I’m a musician and have been so for as long as I can remember. Starting as young as five years old, I played classical guitar. 909 more words


Yup, this one is a hard one to pronounce and spell! It’s called SSyringomyelia. It’s a devastating disease of the spine. My sister has it and there is a good possibility that I have it too. 532 more words

Chronic Pain

Reflections on Syrinx

I recently heard a very interesting version of Syrinx: a historical recording performed by none other than Marcel Moyse (see ). Syrinx is a strange piece of music written at the very beginning of what could be called the modernist period of art: 1913, two years after Schoenberg’s op. 493 more words

I am in Awe

**Photo Courtesy of Nicole one of my SM Family Members**
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My last article achieved exactly what I wanted it to do, it created a lot of buzz and awareness for the rare disease Syringomyelia. 198 more words

Health Articles

Meet Dalton and Max

Dalton and Max have a lot in common. They both are 11 years old with birthdays just a few days apart, love to be active, and swim on the Willowhaven Wave Swim Team at Umstead Pines. 1,197 more words

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Acoustic analysis of playing the World's 'longest echo'

A few weeks ago I got to play my saxophone in the Inchindown Oil Tanks that hold the World record for the ‘longest echo’. If you haven’t seen the previous blog, you might want to listen to this recording that was captured on a mobile: 691 more words