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I voted

Yesterday I received my ballot. Today, I filled it in, signed and dated it and hand-carried it to the post office, just because I felt like it. And it pleased me. Of course, I’ve been reading and hearing about the … Continue reading

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News from 1882 to 1883, thanks to Brahms

I was at the New York Philharmonic the other night for a Beethoven piano concerto and a Brahms symphony. (You too can hear the concert, at nyphil.org, YouTube and Facebook–or so a program footnote informs me.) The program notes were … Continue reading

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