From the Sept/Oct, 2016 issue of Touchstone
From heavenly Harmony by Ken Myers

Column

From heavenly Harmony

Trinitarian Love & Music

The experience of music offers countless opportunities for marveling. When we hear a performance that abounds in technical skill and expressiveness, we admire the performer's native abilities and the commitment, discipline, and sacrifice required to cultivate such gifts. Acknowledging that they are beautiful gifts (and not simply adaptive capacities that evolved for the sake of sheer survival) presents an . . .


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