Fei-fei Ross has been a vital part of the Harmonia composition studio for many years.  We’ve watched her grow and develop as a pianist, a

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The motte and site of Fotheringhay Castle seen from across the River Nene I’ve been working through the four discs of The Collected Fotheringay, which

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The first film score of independent artistic merit and dominant coloration of the dramatic action was not Duke Ellington’s famous score to Otto Preminger’s Anatomy

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God’s Empty Chair

God’s Empty Chair On the Road continues to impresses me, as it has always done. Notwithstanding Truman Capote’s famous quip—“That’s not writing, that’s typing”—it bears

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Guide to pronunciation

Guide to pronunciation You’re an advanced music student, or you are a very well-informed parent.  You’ve been invited backstage after a wonderful concert, and you’re

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