Tag Archives: Emerson Lake and Palmer

Keith Emerson (1944-2016)

Sadly, I learned that keyboardist and composer Keith Emerson died this past week from what the coroner has determined was a self-inflicted gunshot wound.  He was suffering from depression and anxiety mainly over some nerve damage in his hands hampering … Continue reading

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Something

Something. Something new. Something new to me at least. This is how it happened.  One of the new features of the iPhone gives you some suggestions from Siri when you swipe to the right from the home screen.  I see … Continue reading

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Exhibitionism Part 3: Showing it All

Two of the most dramatic movements of “Pictures at an Exhibition” are “The Hut on Fowl’s Legs (Baba Yaga)” and “The Great Gate of Kiev”.  Fortunately for our discussion here, both of the Hartmann images have survived.  These two pictures … Continue reading

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