Thoughts from a Musicians Heart
GEORGE HERBERT, CHARLIE, AND THE CROSS by Barbara Kavanaugh The poetry of George Herbert (1593-1633) strikes a chord with my heart. My...
Christian classical musicians hold a unique, small slice in the pie graph of this world. Breathing with both halves of our brain, we’re in a labyrinth of technique, mathematics, acoustics, emotions, our hearts and souls, as well as a million other circuits.
These musings are springboards in seeking the Lord’s ways to navigate the maze.
Café Jubalatte will be offering different conversations, adding new musings regularly.
We welcome your thoughts!
“Let me understand the teaching of your precepts; then I will meditate on your wonders." Psalm 119:27