Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lenten discipline

I gave up men for Lent.  Sort of.  I usually go with some sort of theme during Lent: one year we gave up words and sang all untexted anthems.  Last year, we sang a different setting of the Pie Jesu text every … Continue reading

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useful

A nice thing about teaching music is that what my students learn will be useful to them in real life.  Sure, the three R’s are important, and we use them every day.  But I, for one, don’t use much geometry … Continue reading

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