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Another significant life moment
Today on Twitter, it was suggested to try out Google’s Book Search, to see if one’s name is mentioned in a book. Just for giggles, I tried it, and I have had another significant life moment. The snippet from the issue of High Fidelty, Volume 33, Issues 6-12, 1983, in which my name appears, reads as thus: “Flutist Teresa Rolfe, bassist David Seckinger, and drummer Billy Kravtin...
listening to "phil collins live in the air... →
@icinu @trkravtin for whkravtin!
listening to "Ann Peebles - I Can →
@elebama: “Seriously, in agreement.”
Senior Recital February 22, 1980
I pause for a moment to reflect on my Senior Recital thirty years ago, February 22, 1980. It’s difficult to believe it was that long ago. Thanks to all who were in my life then, who are still in my life today.
Sir James Galway on the upper register embouchure... →
listening to "Tracy Chapman - Give me one reason" →
listening to "JS Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 - Prelude... →
listening to "Nelson Rangell April Snow" →
An exceedingly pleasant piece.
listening to "Brad Garner; Poulenc Sonata for... →
Another piece from my repetoire, a tip of the hat to Pamela, and thanks to music for bringing people together.
listening to "James Galway - Concertino for Flute... →
Brings back long ago memories of playing this in high school. Wow.
Through Glacier Park in 1915
I have just had one of those moments in life, where the threads that weave their inexorable ties through one’s life come together and bestow a fantastic sense of meaning. Perhaps only to me, but what a powerful moment this is. I picked up a copy of Through Glacier Park in 1915 by Mary Roberts Rinehart at a national park gift store during one of my visits to Glacier National Park in the late...
I think I should have no other mortal wants, if I could always have plenty of...– George Eliot English novelist (1819 - 1880)