Monthly Archives: April 2016

Lemonade

There are lots of important things to say about Beyonce’s short film,┬áLemonade. I’m not the right person to say most of them. But I watched it, mesmerized, barely moving, from beginning to bed. And I can’t get it out of … Continue reading

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Happy Ethel Smyth’s Birthday!

We sang Ethel Smyth’s “March of the Women” at this year’s Women Composers Festival of Hartford, and it was awesome. The song, written in 1911, is in public domain, but there weren’t any public domain editions available… so I made … Continue reading

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