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Georg Predota

For some reason, bios always follow a predictable and rather boring format. Dr. Georg A. Predota holds degrees from blah, blah, blah, and university appointments from blah, blah, blah. His research interests and extensive publication record include blah, blah, blah and blah. By now, you are undoubtedly fast asleep! While these scholarly pursuits and achievement certainly exude a veneer of knowledge and authority—probably better call it perspective—they have no way of adequately capturing the enourmous sphere of human activities related to music that are of keen interest to me. What I can offer is an insatiable appetite for anything related to music, a blazing curiosity that is looking beyond agendas, attitudes and platitudes, the power and experience of razor-sharp observation and differentiation, and a smoldering passion for sharing my thoughts with those interested. Of course, if you’d like to see my professional qualifications, I’ll be happy to send you my CV.

Contributed Posts
Sep 19, 2016 Minors of the Majors
Max Bruch: Concerto for Clarinet and Viola in E minor, Op. 88
Sep 18, 2016 Muse and Musings
Inspired by the marvelous horse face!
Sep 14, 2016 The Blind Virtuoso of the Renaissance
Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566)
Sep 13, 2016 Phoenix Carbiano Rising from the Ashes
Sep 12, 2016 Minors of the Majors
Dimitri Shostakovich: Suite for Variety Orchestra
Sep 10, 2016 Vivaldi and Bach
All musical thoughts are cumulative
Sep 8, 2016 Morton Feldman (1926-1987)
Music is built on primitive memory structures
Sep 5, 2016 Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64
Sep 5, 2016 Minors of the Majors
Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio in A Major, Op. posth.
Sep 4, 2016 Muses and Musings
Sing me to sleep, Honey!
Johannes Brahms and Bertha Porubsky