Harpsichord Diary

I’ve taken down all the previous posts under the “harpsichord” rubric.

I’m sorry to have done so, but it’s for the best. The intention was good but in the real world it was not realistic.

After all: to show vulnerability in this scene is a bad idea. “Vulnerability” includes announcing that you have bought a harpsichord, and that you have loved the process of “coming up to speed” with ownership.

Mind you: coming up to speed took me approximately a day. Never mind. That’s enough for some.

There is music, and there are our preferred ways to make it. Nothing else is especially significant.

I’m currently working on a project related to harpsichord music, and will post more here when it’s closer to completion.


About Jon

Keyboard artist, sacred musician, teacher, writer, working in New York City and State. Many interests include music theory and history, literature, astronomy, genealogy, philosophy and theology, gardening, and good food.
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