Musical Mysteries

Musical Mysteries is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Musical Mysteries is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like NY Times or Drew McManus - Adaptistration and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2011-06-19. Since then, a total of 20 articles have been written and published by Musical Mysteries.

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Musical Mysteries

2011-12-02 17:48:17

The first of my Musical Mysteries, “Four-Part Dissonance,” is now available as an e-book for Kindle, Nook, and iBook. Only $0.99.

Musical Mysteries

2011-12-02 16:48:17

The first of my Musical Mysteries, “Four-Part Dissonance,” is now available as an e-book for Kindle, Nook, and iBook. Only $0.99.

Musical Mysteries

2011-08-14 16:03:12

Dear Readers: This is the last post I will make for a while. I hope to put the three novels I have posted on this site into e-books, and will let you know when they are available. Many thanks to those who have continued to read my pieces in this inconvenient format, and especially to those who gave me helpful comments. Also thanks to the friends who gave me advice when I wrote them in the first place. As a reminder, “Four-Part Dissonance” began in October 2009 (see the archives); “Death and the Maiden” in March 2010; and “Time’s Bending Sickle” in October 2010. Single Room By Edward Doughtie Phil Sanders, third stand, fifth chair violist, staggered sleepily to his hotel room door. The knocking had been soft but persistent, and he had waked with a little jolt of adrenaline. He looked through the peephole and saw […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-08-14 14:03:12

Dear Readers: This is the last post I will make for a while. I hope to put the three novels I have posted on this site into e-books, and will let you know when they are available. Many thanks to those who have continued to read my pieces in this inconvenient format, and especially to […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-08-06 16:34:41

This is the last chapter of this novel. For the beginning, go to the archives under October 2010 and scroll down to chapter one. 40. This Our Time Although I had no more visions of Tobias Hume, I had a document from the end of his life. I wish that I had visions to clarify some parts of it. The document is The True Petition of Colonel Hume, As it was presented to the Lords assembled in the high Court of Parliament, printed by John Giles in 1642. I have quoted from it earlier, but the full text needs to be seen. To the Right Honourable the Lords and Others Assembled in the High Court of Parliament The humble Petition of Tobias Hume, one of the poor brethren of that famous Foundation of the Charter House. Right Honourable and Noble Lords, I doe humbly […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-08-06 14:34:41

This is the last chapter of this novel.  For the beginning, go to the archives under October 2010 and scroll down to chapter one.     40. This Our Time Although I had no more visions of Tobias Hume, I had a document from the end of his life. I wish that I had visions […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-07-29 00:16:33

For the first chapter of this novel, go to the archives under October 2010, and scroll down. 39. This Most Balmy Time The longest of my last visions showed old Toby dozing in the sun in what was called the “Wash-house Court” of the Charterhouse. A boy led in a stooped old man in a black clerical gown. He tapped the ground in front of him with a cane–he was obviously blind. The boy led him to the bench where Toby sat, and helped him to a seat, saying loudly, “Captain ‘ume! You have a visitor!” Toby started and looked at the old clergyman. He rubbed his eyes, looked away, and looked back, his eyes widening. The old man smiled. “Well, Toby, have you no word of greeting for your old tutor?” “Can you be Felix indeed? Are you not dead? Or am I dead, or dreaming?” […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-07-28 22:16:33

For the first chapter of this novel, go to the archives under October 2010, and scroll down. 39. This Most Balmy Time The longest of my last visions showed old Toby dozing in the sun in what was called the “Wash-house Court” of the Charterhouse. A boy led in a stooped old man in a […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-07-24 06:09:10

The beginning of this novel is to be found in the archives under October 2010. Scroll down to chapter one. 38. The Bettering of the Time Bewildered, Clio looked at me. “I thought they would be someone else,” I said. My heart surged with adrenaline, but I did not feel faint or panicky. Thank you, Dr. Levin. “And who would that be?” asked Scarlatti. “Some cop?” “If you flash a badge, you expect a cop. We’re just good citizens.” Scarlatti sat on a sofa and crossed his legs, pinching up the crease on the pants of his dark gray double-breasted suit. Mel sat at the dining table, laying his gun down casually before him. I guessed it to be a .45 automatic, the kind they used in old war movies. The candlelight exaggerated the acne scars on Mel’s face. “So,” said Scarlatti, “what are you […]

Musical Mysteries

2011-07-24 04:09:10

The beginning of this novel is to be found in the archives under October 2010. Scroll down to chapter one. 38. The Bettering of the Time Bewildered, Clio looked at me. “I thought they would be someone else,” I said. My heart surged with adrenaline, but I did not feel faint or panicky. Thank you, […]

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