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To the Memory of an Angel, Part I

The so-called “Second Viennese School” of Austrian composers consists of Arnold Schoenberg and his two students, Anton Webern, and Alban Berg.  There is part of me that very much identifies with the music of Webern, and another part that finds a kindred soul in the music of Berg.   791 more words


Until recently, I was ignorant of the fact that there exist a few UNESCO World Heritage Sites close to where I currently live (Lower Saxony, Germany). 313 more words


Walter Gropius

A fairly good short introduction I think. My principal critique is that despite its emphasis on Gropius’s own belief in collaborative work, he is the focus to the exclusion of all others — it actually treats Gropius as one of the individualistic architects that he tried to set himself apart from. 237 more words


#SpringBreak is HERE! #Research and #Critiques are #DUE upon return!

Advanced Drawing: ONLINE CRIT HERE. Due Monday of RETURN from SPRING BREAK!

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