top of page

Is this for the birds?

I am listening to an interview from the Institute of Sacred Arts of St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary in New York. David Rothenburg, philosopher/clarinetist/composer, shares his thoughts about some of his work involving performing with creatures of the natural world (and then later composing also adding electronic sounds). It is quite interesting and I am sure there are many of you who would enjoy listening to it! https://www.instituteofsacredarts.com/luminous/2021/2/10/rothenberg

11 views1 comment

Recent Posts

See All

Further COVID-19 vaccination advised

A CDC panel has just recommended that people aged 65 and older get a second updated COVID-19 shot even if they got the updated COVID-19 vaccine that became available in September 2023, according to a

Brain health, continued

There is evidence that one of the mechanisms by which exercise benefits the brain involves exercise-induced circulating blood factors produced by the liver (1). There is evidence that one of the measu

Principles of healthful aging

You might enjoy "Outlive" by Peter Attia, M.D. Published in 2023, this well-written and well-referenced book echoes the health principles and insights I recently gathered from my own review of the mo

1 comentário


Carol Andrus Wazlavek
Carol Andrus Wazlavek
01 de mar. de 2021

Thanks for posting this Ruth - it was quite lovely. My house finches have returned and are singing up a storm. They only graced us with their presence 2 years ago, and now their progeny return and nest around the house as well. Not tidy housekeepers, though... I don't think American Nightingales have much of a lovely voice - comments on Youtube: "nature's cutest machine gun"; "25 years back I was having a toy gun with lights and different sounds... This bird sounds like that."; ""Sing sweet nightingale" from Cinderella is either a joke, or the writers had never heard a nightingale and had no idea it is essentially a chirping ray gun"

Curtir
bottom of page