Monthly Archives: May 2011

Like Newport 1965, Sort Of

My Les Paul has been sitting in my music room all week. Full disclosure: up until Sunday morning, its primary purpose was kid-bait; in order to get my kids to do what I wanted, I bribed them with a view … Continue reading

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Dance Like a Fairy and Sing Like a Bird

For five generations now, our family has spent parts of our summers at a place in the high peaks region of the Adirondacks called Putnam Camp. This rustic place, nestled at the foot of Giant Mountain, hosted Sigmund Freud and … Continue reading

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Drawing Songs

As part of the Suzuki program, families listen to the same CD every day. The CD consists of 22 tracks, which comprises the Book One ¬†curriculum. At this point, after ten months of listening, Lila is very familiar with the … Continue reading

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