Category Archives: Music

Luckenbach Texas

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 5,979 total views,  16 views today

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Richard Strauss and the Survival of Western Culture

Article by Boyd D. Cathey The author uses Richard Strauss as an example of preserving the best of Western culture as he stands against “the onrushing decline of Western music and art during the first half of the twentieth century.” … Continue reading

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Posted in Current Affairs, Fine Art, Music, Willett | 12 Comments

Some of my favorite American music

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Dueling Banjos (Bluegrass Style)

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“Georgia on my mind”

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has launched investigations into several groups, including one founded by former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, for seeking to “aggressively” register “ineligible, out-of-state, or deceased voters” before the state’s Jan. 5 Senate runoff elections. Raffensperger’s office … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Politics, Reconstruction Renewed | 30 Comments

Musick has Charms to sooth a savage Breast, To soften Rocks, or bend a knotted Oak.” – Walrus.

The title is a quote from a play by Congreve (1697). Despite their politics, which I think go with the territory, there are wonderful American singers and musicians that the whole world has grown to love and I would like … Continue reading

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Music – An Escape From This Crazy World By Walrus.

After listening to what passes for a Presidential Debate yesterday, as well as the overwhelming quantity of fake news, it is necessary to cleanse the mind of this rubbish and try and focus on what is important in life. In … Continue reading

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And Now For Something Completely Different By Walrus.

I am an occasional devotee of music with somewhat eclectic taste. As a child I sang in a reasonably well trained choir – well enough to be offered a scholarship. My tastes have moved past the sublime Mozart towards Mahler … Continue reading

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