Ah, the end of the semester. Each fall semester ends with the music of J.S. Bach and his contemporaries in the musical Baroque. The period is a great one for dramatic music as opera enters the world stage and for every other genre as opera enriches them. I think you'll find much of interest in this batch of blogs:
Sarah Hardy: A journal entry on Alessandro Scarlatti's oratorio Il Primo Omicidio and a response to Jaime Tyser's entry.
Victoria Brown: A journal entry on "The Four Seasons" by Vivaldi and a response to Christopher McKiggan's entry.
Christopher Janwong McKiggan: A journal entry on Handel's Giulio Cesare, and a second response to Jamie Tyser.
Jaime Tyser: A journal entry on Buxtehude's Organ Music, and a response to Victoria Brown's entry.
What has changed? - So, I took a zenprov workshop this weekend. I feel like my life will never be the same. That sounds rather dramatic, but it is true. I got up early today t...
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