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Thursday, June 02, 2005
  During Life

I heard, each to each and together,
The distance between myself and those
Who were singing.

The ground was indistinct and vast yet
Provided no obstacle against
The waves of sound.

The air, dark, unlimited, was clean
And would have flowed as easily back
Were I singing.

It was my desire to listen.
Though I cannot say what I understood,
I lived in sound. 
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In January 2004 I starting writing an opinion for each selection in the Norton Recorded Anthology of Western Music. Now, more than a year later, I am almost finished. Soon, I will have an archive full of opinions on the music we so carelessly call "classical." And no one can stop me.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Director of the Contemporary Performer's Workshop... Music Teacher for St. Aloysius Gonzaga School... Principal 'Cellist of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra... Composer

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