So, the world didn't end. Darn it. I was hoping to call dibs on my neighbor's 1967 Mustang when all the True Believers ™ were swept up in the Rapture, or whatever was supposed to happen. Oh well. In the meantime since we all have to continue to muddle along, I thought I'd say thanks … Continue reading Happy Holidays!
I know several of you like film noir so I wanted to let you know this Saturday, July 24 on The Score, Edmund is delving into this dark-tastic genre. I don't think they'll mind if I copy the little blurb from the Web site and post it here: Dead Men Don't Play Bach Rain-soaked sidewalks … Continue reading Film Noir on The Score
You guys know I like to plug my local classical music station, KQAC, online at All Classical, because I just think they are the most entertaining classical station I've ever listened to, and they're independent, commercial-free, listener supported, and they get no funding from PBS, they are not affiliated in any way. My favorite program … Continue reading The Score Goes National
I periodically like to plug my local classical music radio station, KQAC, also known as AllClassical.org. They're now into the second day of a four-day festival of holiday music. Non-stop, 'round-the-clock for four days they're playing the most splendid selection of Christmas and holiday music from around the world. And, if you're sufficiently moved by … Continue reading Holiday Indulgence
I've been listening to a program called "The Score" on my local classical music station, KQAC. Every week the program host focuses either on a particular composer, or movie director, or theme. This week it was the composer Hans Zimmer, who composed the music for both The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. Good … Continue reading Mood Music