Category Archives: The Classical Song Repertoire

Oops, I did it again or, Perry and Drawing Blanks in Public

The topic of memory lapses is much in the news these days, with Perry’s big gaffe this week. I think he would have gotten away with just putting his foot in his mouth, but then he had to go and … Continue reading

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Elizabethan Stalker Songs

Problem is, it’s in our genes not to give up easily on love. Back in the time of Elizabeth I, unrequited love was something noble. In fact, most of the lute songs that fans of early music adore express a love that will never grow old, at least on the part of one of the lovers. Continue reading

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