In case you missed any of the carols from week 1, here they are in one location.
I have been paying particular attention to interruptions lately. I maintain a fairly rigorous lex orandi. A part of that ‘rule’ is the way I’ve come to do my lectio divina. I usually start by repeating my passage while doing some yoga. […]
Since the advent of the internet, a political event occurs and everyone is a pundit. After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey and the imminent threat of Irma, it looks like everyone is a theologian as well. Naturally, most posts are […]
At a concert I was playing the other night, a young woman approached me to talk about composition and life as a composer. She is was full of hopefulness as she was preparing to enter her undergrad studies as a […]
On the 12th day of Christmas, I always read this poem from the end of Auden’s Christmas Oratorio. It seems especially good this year. Incidentally, the oratorio was never set, so if a composer is looking for an 8 hour […]
Here are last weeks carols collected. Let it Snow in the style of Bartok for Chelsea Coventry. Angels we have heard on high in the style of Grieg for Amy Flammino. In the bleak mid-Winter in the style of Vivaldi […]
I haven’t been doing a personal blog in a while, but I thought I would collect the results of week 1 in a single place in case you missed any. O Christmas Tree in the style of Darius Milhaud Next […]
I have a diverse group of friends which includes some conservatives, some liberals, some moderates, some capitalists, some Marxists, some distributivists, some anarchists, some Christians, some atheists, some Jews, at least one Sikh, a Hari Krishna, and I think there […]