Writing (Blog) - Jim Critcher
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Writing (Blog)

A few weeks back, I wrote about attending a glorious performance of Messiah at the National Cathedral. While the musical success of this work has been proven over generations, there is a tradition that accompanies this work that is among the most unique in music...

Historians generally ascribe that Francis Bacon (1561-1626) was the last man who knew everything that there was to be known “in the world”. Imagine, knowing everything that could be known temporally. We live in a day that the amount of knowledge to be known and...