July 9 - Covering the Subject
Another deliriously beautiful day,
Sulfur Springs Mountains all the way to
Diablo Valley College,
where Music Historians
gather for a romp through the
Classical Era, looking ahead to the Romantic (a typewritten version of above may be found as part of the July 5 entry).
a little early at the
Music Library, but eventually gaining access, and discovering that the making of photocopies has gone high-tech: now scanners, computer screens, guest cards that must be activated not on these computers but the ones in the lobbies. Takes longer to arrange for the work to be done than to do the actual task at hand, nevertheless, finally all is accomplished, and much is learned re Igor Stravinsky's Symphony in Three Movements in the meantime.
only to the time of the 1990's firestorm.
we talk of ambitious plans for the future,
and look forward to whatever transpires.
There's time yet to pick up belated June 2012 21st-Century Music Journals from Copyworld,
Marin, with paper grading at Celia's, errands, and financial greetings at the post box --
take up the typical remaining musical tasks of the day:
Composition - pages 5 and 32 of Psalm 100 and The Decameron - Second Day
Pdf - page 19 for San Timoteo Can[yon]tata