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Tag Archives: music review
We’re reminded frequently to “support your community and buy local.” It makes sense. Every time you shop at a big chain, although they may be (under)employing your neighbors, the profits don’t stay in the neighborhood, and the locally owned businesses, … Continue reading
Posted in Discover, Music reviews Tagged buy local, Chopin, Debussy, Izzy Marone, local music, music review, piano recital, Seth Trumbore Leave a comment
The middle child is always looking for attention. The middle child flounders between the first born’s responsibility and the last born’s privilege. Every aspect of this CD is bounded by barriers like a lost middle child. Lost composers, lost instrument, … Continue reading
Posted in Discover, Music reviews Tagged Arnold Bax, Jun Cho, music review, Rebecca Clarke, Steve Lee, Stomp Music, viola, viola sonata Leave a comment