Bernhard, I agree… it seems that every room and every container has one or more such things, which I like to call “resonant frequency” (a term I picked up from physics).
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As I’ve been thinking about this, I see the struggle here as perhaps between the older generation of teachers who are asking (and expecting) the students to trust their experience and expertise, and the younger generation of students who more readily question things and don’t want their power of choice limited.
Han, I agree… aesthetics are very subjective, and what one person (or one culture, for that matter) loves might well be disgusting to another; and yet, because it’s so subjective, it’s good for us to respect the views and preferences that others hold in this regard.Victor Ortega on March 2, 2007 at 10:08 pm · in reply to: What’s the worst thing that’s happened in a lesson? #88064
You’re right… that was a horrible thing that happened.
Here’s the Lyon & Healy Prelude I used to have:
And here’s the Camac Athena that I now have, with my son behind it:
Everyone says he looks just like me, so consider that a picture of me. 🙂
Leigh, I did this by composing as HTML, with image tags referencing the harp pictures that I have on my site.