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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Denk to You, Very Much

Terrific, at times witty, piece by Jeremy Denk (who I interviewed for my Beethoven book) in this week's New Yorker on a couple of his key piano teachers as youth and then in college.  Video now posted.  His early teacher's drawings in his notebook best part of story and vid.

1 comment:

Laurence Glavin said...

The "New Yorker" denies access to the story beyond the first paragraph or two. The title of the piece : "Every good boy does fine" refers to the mnemonic for the lines of the treble staff...E-natural; G-natural; B-natural; D-natural and F-natural. The mnemonic for the bass clef is "great big dogs from Africa". I don't know who made these up.