Daily Archives: December 20, 2017

Fearful Names — Little Fears

Fearful Names “I always wondered where the Bahamas got their name,” pondered Reala. “I wonder where I got my name from,” sighed Yuffie. “I mean Yuffie. I’m meant to be some sort of queen of the dead.” “I like your … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Music Anecdotes

https://pixabay.com/en/manhattan-concert-solo-piano-park-1674404/ As a young boy, pianist Carl Czerny heard a family friend named Gelinek talk about how he was looking forward to meeting a pianist later that night at a party and how he and his friends were going to … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Ben Jonson’s VOLPONE: A Retelling — Act 5, Scenes 7-8

— 5.7 — Voltore complained to himself, “Outstripped thus, by a parasite — a man dependent upon another for the necessities of life! A slave who used to run errands, and make bows for crumbs! Well, what I’ll do —” … Continue reading

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