Bach and modern technology revisited

Sometimes a post which I'm fond of sinks without trace, and that is precisely what happened to Bach and modern technology in April last year - until today. Many thanks to Dick Strawser, who is Music Director at WITF FM 89.5 in Harrisburg, PA, and a fellow blogger, for revisiting an interesting little post about an even more interesting little book.

Now here's another post I was fond of which sunk without trace - Glorious John in New York. I wrote it in November 2005, and it features today's hot topic - music critics.

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