"Bug Music" by David Rothenberg, a jazz musician and professor of philosophy and music at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, proposes that the “wild percussion sounds” of insects were humans’
This debut novel follows a priceless violin across five decades-from WWII to Stalinist Russia to the gilded international concert halls of today-an
KBACH/ Changing Hands Book Notes Selection for July, 2013; "The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat" by Cellist/Author Edward Kelsey Moore.
On a warm spring day after a long New England winter, Hazel and Remy spot each other for the first time in years. Under ordinary circumstances, this meeting might seem insignificant.