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On Saturday night, I fell off the organ platform after the Early Music Concert and sprained my ankle (see my post “Swan dive!“). Witness this text conversation between Georgine Stark and me today. In case you don’t know, classically trained … Continue reading
Last Sunday about 4:00 pm after I had just settled into my seat at the Symphony concert and before the music began, my phone vibrated, indicating that I had a new email message. It was from Chandra Peters, the chapel … Continue reading
Last night was the last scheduled Thursday night LCH choir rehearsal for the season and Carl’s last Thursday night rehearsal! In addition to rehearsing music for this Sunday (Psalm 66 by Hallock, “If ye love me” by Thomas Tallis and … Continue reading
That’s how long it took the Lutheran Church of Honolulu to celebrate its Easter Vigil last night. But even though the service started at 7:30 pm, we did not return home until 11 pm. Yesterday afternoon, Carl was scrambling to … Continue reading
This week, in the midst of preparing Bach organ music for the Sunday night vespers, I’ll be playing three pieces by blind organist Jean Langlais (1907-1991): Mode de ré, from the Huit Pièces Modales, op. 90; Flutes and Pasticcio from … Continue reading