Friday's Blog roll
Marcus Maroney has the goods on Respighi and Puppets and more.
Retroklang explores comic artist Jason Lutes' Berlin: City of Stones. (which reminds me Daniel Clowes, creator of Ghost World, has a new graphic novel "Ice Haven" that I really want to read this summer).
from On An Overgrown Path we learn that pianist Steven Osbourne talked like an angel (courtesy of a guest blogger)
from the Musings of a Middle Aged Woman comes news of "Music and Cats"
Reflections in d minor reports that there's no place for countertenors (at least not in Texas). Surpised. Nah.
A sort of notebook has tips for writers as she continues work on her novel.
Speaking of writing, Brian Sacawa offers haiku and an mp3 peek at his performance of Erik Spangler's pastlife laptops and attic instruments for alto saxophone, turntables, and electronics.
The literary beat of the musical blogsophere continues at Alex Ross' "The Rest is Noise" with a delicious quote from Stendahl's "Life of Rossini" and your own fill in the blanks post.
Punctus contra Punctus has a remarkable post ("the Harvest of Sorrows") about his travels in Chiapas and more.
Jessica Duchen brings back news, photos, and a recipe from her travels in Vilnius.
Ah, yes, to all things an order.