November 15, 2017
Brandon Lincoln Snyder
This word originally appeared in my Fall 2017 Harvard Crimson column, "Difference Tones," which can be found here.
When we consider what the components of music are, the answer we often give is melody, harmony, and rhythm. However, it’s apparent that these means of desc...
November 14, 2017
This past Sunday, I arrived in Ballroom B of the Courtyard Marriott, where Hilltop, the local Christian church I attend, holds its weekly services. A congr...
October 17, 2017
One of my favorite pieces of music is a short text by viola player and writer Martine Thomas ’18. The piece is titled “path”:
1 leave all possessions
October 6, 2017
When we are looking death in the face, we will not take up our musical instruments. But, when death seems far from us, what will remind us, prepare us, for...
September 26, 2017
A temple draws us to God, and a kitchen draws us to the stove. What is our gaze directed to when we step into the sonic space of music? We often conceive o...
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