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October 17, 2012
Oberlin students make many noises, some of them are beautiful, others, not so much. Here is a mix of some of the sounds that I like that emanate from the Conservatory practice rooms and the...
October 17, 2012
It had been at least a year since I had been in this studio though, and I was excited to bring a camera with me.
October 8, 2009
In this post: notes on being double-degree, funny looks, historical performance, me on a soapbox (figuratively), rants on authorial intent, more apocryphal stories, why I play the recorder, musical temperament, A440 Hz, the varieties of recorders, a picture, clips of my junior recital, and Tom DeLay dancing with the stars.
May 11, 2009
I never knew how much Randolph Coleman meant to me and how much of an impact he has made on my life until he retired.
May 10, 2009
Two more years until I graduate. (Well, three more semesters to be precise, but either way I'm over the hump.) Good thing? Bad thing? There's a saying I've heard a couple of times up in central Maine that I love: "Tough tellin', not knowin'." But I'm enjoying the ride more and more every day. Ayuh.
April 27, 2009
Does being a double degree student make you less of a musician? Less of a scholar?

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