by David M. Bynog In 1986, with the publication of Murder in C Major, Sara Hoskinson Frommer introduced readers to a new musical heroine: Joan Spencer. Since the success of the first book, five additional mystery novels in the series have followed, with a new volume currently in production. Set in the fictitious town of […]
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Stellenbosch, South Africa, July 27–August 1, 2009 by Paul Elwood, Dwight Pounds, Christine Rutledge, Carlos María Solare, and Tom Tatton Day one – Christine Rutledge Day one of the 37th International Viola Congress at the University of Stellenbosch opened with a welcoming ceremony by the sponsors and administrators of the congress (including Robert Brooks of […]
by Stephen Wyrczynski Sound is the means by which music expresses the complex range of human experience. The quality and uniqueness of sound distinguishes the ordinary instrumentalist from the worldclass artist. Legendary violist Joseph de Pasquale, who is celebrating his ninetieth year in October, has employed his sound for decades to achieve an unparalleled career […]