Yo-Yo Ma on learning J.S. Bach’s Prelude (from Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello): …it’s actually not painful to learn something if you do it incrementally. Source: Yo-Yo Ma: Tiny Desk Concert : NPR
They are often beloved classics, or works of pure genius. And you never, ever need to hear them again. They are the songs that must be retired. Source: Encore Episode: Hallelujah! The Songs We Should Retire : All Songs Considered … Continue reading “The Songs We Should Retire : All Songs Considered : NPR” →
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A follow-up to yesterday’s heavy post; Keep Forgiving is the concluding track for the album. It’s an encouraging poem full of real-world stories we can all relate to with a repetitive, encouraging message and reminder to choose forgiveness. Keep forgiving as … Continue reading “Keep Forgiving” →
This track, The Dark Night of the Soul, is the hardest one on the album to listen to. So raw. So intense. So real.