"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.
"Saving Italy", the latest book by Robert Edsel, is the story of a group of artists and professors who worked together within the military during WWII to save europe's great masterpieces from des