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Articles by David Clausen
If you could be a character in a book, movie, or play, which would you be and why?
Promised Land: The History of American Immigration
Xenophobia, as anyone who watches the news could attest, occupies a prominent position in contemporary American politics. What many do not realize, suggests Stacey Horstmann ...
If you could nominate one person to receive an honorary doctorate from Juilliard, who would it be and why?
If you could have President Polisi’s job for a day, what would you do?
If you could have lunch with one composer or songwriter, living or dead, who would it be and why?
The Piano Maintenance Department’s Perfect Pitch
The piano has many natural enemies. Its seemingly indestructible form is in fact vulnerable to the malign influences of (among others) excessive dryness, excessive humidity, ...
Poetry Meets Music in Liberal Arts Department
Recent recitals by composer Eric Ewazen, a faculty member since 1980, and poet Lorna Goodison, professor of English at the University of Michigan, attest to ...
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