Reflections On

Some of Adorno’s most beautiful, and most floridly descriptive, work in two essays on Gustav Mahler.  I don’t even try to do them justice.  I just point to them, offering a reason to visit again those vast spaces Mahler created.

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About gksafford

I'm a middle-aged theologically educated clergy spouse, living in the Midwest. My children are the most important thing in my life. Right behind them and my wife is music. I'm most interested in teaching people to listen to contemporary music with ears of faith. Everything else you read on here is straw.
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