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Autumn Leaves

The chill is in the air. The last of those lingering summer-like days, swaddling afternoons with unseasonably warm temperatures, are behind us. The color is draining from the autumn leaves. The leaves are falling. At least they leave us with

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Perhaps you saw the recent article in The New York Times under the provocative headline “Have We Been Playing Gershwin Wrong for 70 Years?” It’s about his beloved An American In Paris, a symphonic tone poem that features the distinctive

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The Met Breuer Opens

Being an artist is about “collaborating, and listening, and building things together,” says Vijay Iyer, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s performing artist-in-residence. “I think of myself as a professional listener. Even as a musician, I think of what I do

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America, My Home Sweet Home

  While the storm clouds gather far across the sea, Let us swear allegiance to a land that’s free. Let us all be grateful for a land so fair, As we raise our voices in a solemn prayer: God bless

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God Bless Irving Berlin

Happy Birthday to Irving Berlin, born on May 11, 1888. The “nation’s songwriter” was 101 when he died in 1989, having written some 1,500 songs. “Cheek to Cheek,” “God Bless America,” “How Deep is the Ocean,” “White Christmas,” “Sisters,” “Easter

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