Monthly Archives: February 2014


From San Francisco, a really exciting “fan” email regarding my Dretzel hypothesis.* “This case is solved!” the writer says, and shares news of a string of performances of the available “adagiosissimo” movement (BWV897a)…undertaken to promote the idea that C. H. … Continue reading

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Classes went very well today, though the classroom was as warm as the place where the Denver Broncos went last night! I’ve spent some time today prepping for Wednesday, but also taking time to revisit Aristotle’s Poetics.  His explanation of … Continue reading

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