Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Resurgent Weston Noble

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The legacy of choral music legend Weston Noble is still being written, and this latest chapter is perhaps the most astonishing yet.   It includes a remarkable comeback from a fall he suffered in South Korea last year which resulted in a broken pelvis-  and another fall suffered at home several months ago which necessitated yet

Home Grown

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I never tire of returning to Decorah, Iowa.  It is a part of my soul and being like no other place.  It’s partly because I spent two different and equally significant phases of my life there: kindergarten thru eighth grade ..... and then my four years of college.  And in most of the years since

Tom Terrific

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Kathy and I are back from a trip to the wonderful city of Boston!   Our reason for going was so I could attend the national convention of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, a huge event every other summer at which 600-700 voice teachers from across the country gather.  These conventions have occurred in