Monthly Archives: October 2006

CD of Small Graces

We are just putting the finishing touches on the CD of Small Graces: The Quiet Gifts of Everyday Life. It contains two discs and has cello interludes composed and played by a friend and colleague of mine, Patrick Riley, who has performed with the Baltimore Symphony and has taught cello at the university level for years. I hope to have this available for sale in several weeks at the most, because so many of you have indicated that you would […]

A Strange Question about generations

This is a very strange question. But I’m curious: what do you think your generation’s contribution, for good or for ill, has been to the world? Perhaps this is an obsession only for those of us who came of age in the sixties, convinced we were changing the world, only to find that not only did we not change it as we had hoped, we planted as many bad seeds as good. But I think other generations must have some […]