Old Music Monday: The colorful life of Francesco Maria Veracini

  One of the great debates in classical music right now is whether video game music should be included in the genre of classical, even when a symphony is playing it.  I’ve long been a fan of the Oblivion soundtrack, and downloaded it before these kinds of scores were available…

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launching the bigworld tour company, and why I love early choral music

This year I am embarking on a new project as an entrepreneur who leads cultural tours to England, specializing in trips to listen to great choral services in cathedrals.  My dear friend Jim and I are building a tour company, our first trip is scheduled for May 2016, and I’ve been working on…

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