Monthly Archive: September 2013

Sep 20

In The Nation’s Capital

Washington DC is awesome. The history alone gives you distinct pause. But that I like to immerse in is the culture and art. The Smithsonian’s provide hours of the demonstration of human creation, and I can visit for Kandinsky and never tire. A trip to the Kennedy center gives me another experience of human creation …

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Sep 15

Stomping Grounds

Last night I decided to take a drive after I did an hour of cardio at Chinqua Penn trail. I happened to drive the route I used to run every morning. For about a year I ran two miles: one mile from the gym and one mile back. But then I realized that might not …

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Sep 08

Music and more music

Today I posted an arrangement of a spiritual-type song that I arranged and performed about 10 years ago. It is for two voices and guitar. Check out the music page and listen to I Will Arise and Go To Jesus. Use the arrangement if you like it. I am also contemplating computer-assisted melody creation. For my …

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Sep 05

Black Mountain College

I was an undergraduate when I learned about Black Mountain College. It was open from 1933 through 1957. It is hard to say what the contribution of the college was, but I would venture to say it was large. Many of the school’s students and faculty were influential in the arts or other fields, or went …

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