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Ghosts of the Past

I’m a little bit freaked out after this morning’s intellectual endeavor. I’m listening to a Teaching Company course entitled How to Listen to and Understand Great Music by an entertaining Berkeley professor named Robert Greenberg. He describes concert halls as “reanimation studios” where music from the past is brought back to life. In lecture two the discussion centers on music from the ancient world, specifically Greece. Greenberg tells about a […]

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