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Lessons in Incivility: Two Frequent and Frustrating Strategies

            My academic post makes it possible for countless hours of reading across the entire political, economic, philosophical and social spectrum.  I recommend you avoid the common practice of seeking only content that confirms preconceptions.  My eclectic pursuit of all … Continue reading

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Five lessons of divorce- from a guy who went through it

Recently I caught up with an old client.  Many years ago we had acted on his divorce.  He and his wife had sorted out what they were going to do about their property settlement and, more importantly, how they were … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Former Life #4

The final assignment for one of my college theory courses was to write at least 32 bars of music for 4 voices, containing 3 key and 2 time signature changes, that demonstrated 6 of 10 special techniques that we’d been … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Former Life #3

Capture d’écran de Musescore 1.2 utilisé sous KDEWhen I first moved to NY, I wrote all my music out by hand.  I’d buy staff paper with the lines pre-drawn, and I’d fill in clefs, time signatures, key signatures, measures, notes, … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Former Life #1

via GiphyWhen I was a young man, I hated practicing the piano.  Beethoven. Haydn. Schumann. Boring. And truth be told, I was never a very good pianist, but I loved playing the piano.  I would sit and play for hours, … Continue reading

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