– a foreword The Artist. Inspiration. Intensity. Devotion. Drama Genius. Talent. Tragedy. Success. Failure. And usually a little bit of crazy. Most of these things come to mind when people think of the typical ‘artist’ in whatever medium, be … Continue reading Hans Rott: The Real Genius?
After the two little hiatuses for the past two weeks of smaller pieces, we will be starting another long train of thought I’ve been brewing up for a long time. I may even name the little series in parts, but … Continue reading Get Ready for German
Music You Can Understand: Part 4 (I use this title not condescendingly, but to suggest that the featured piece is not one obscured by highbrow classical ideas or too difficult to grasp. It is easy to understand and enjoy.) performed … Continue reading Mahler: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org://www.facebook.com/fugueforthoughttwitter.com/fugueforthoughtFollow us on the social medias, and if you’d like to invite me to a fancy dinner or talk about interesting things, get in touch.What is one supposed to write here? (The time of this posting marks an entire year since the first [terribly amateur post] went up. Happy one-year anniversary, readers! In honor of the milestone, I’ll be writing a special post about a special piece for Thursday, the second in a big whomping series of like five or six piano concertos, since it happens to be time to switch over to piano music for a while.) I tend … Continue reading About Me