A Peace of Christmas

I was wandering vacuously through the mall listening to my favourite [insert expression of extreme sarcasm here] secular christmas carol, “The Little Drummer Boy”, for the 316th time this week. It has been performed by every illustrious talent with a Facebook following of more than three, including the Kazoo and Read more…

Music for You

I have work in progress for several articles but nothing ready to publish so I thought I would share a rather novel approach to Gregorian chant that I found. The vocalist is Juliano Ravanello. Here’s another short piece by Juliano: *** If you liked this post, consider subscribing – in Read more…

Sicut Cervus

I have featured Micheal Eldrige’s work since I opened this site last year. Most of his work has been of 4-part a capella hymn. Today he released a performance of Palestrina’s motet, Sicut Cervus – a great divergence for him in subject matter and the aural complexity of polyphony. Here Read more…