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Clavierübung—so many notes!

Yesterday I have to admit that the period between 5:30 and 6:15 pm was pretty frantic. I actually had a relaxing day, as my only task was to find a piece of jewelry to wear to dress up my outfit. And … Continue reading

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Music and math

Last weekend I held a dinner party for some people who have been especially helpful to me following the death of my husband, Carl Crosier. It’s “what Carl would do,” and I remember that he was sometimes challenged to get all the … Continue reading

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Babe Ruth at the organ?

While I was in Seattle, I got a call from Manny Dayao whom I know from Iolani School, but who was calling in his capacity as Lay Associate for Worship and Music at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. “Kathy, are you available … Continue reading

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Life’s lessons learned

Photo by Miguel Felipe Despite having another full house for Bach Master Works: The Great Eighteen Chorales, it was another opportunity for me to learn one of life’s hard lessons: All human beings are flawed and imperfect! As I wrote … Continue reading

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