所以，"以後" (不急) 該書可能要歸原主.....
與Ken Chang 談他老弟的活用臺大地產等機會.....NTU號稱7成自籌，我不太相信。
會議中我鼓吹通識課設一門"東海環境與設計問題"課程，由主持人 (你和陳巨擘邀各專家 (陳永松....)演講和帶領學生調查寫研究報告 (阿擘在高雄社區大學很有這方面經驗)。
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In this 13-part series, pianist, teacher and author David Dubal explores the way the giants of the 19th century wrote for the solo piano. Each one-hour program will focus on a single composer, from Dubal’s list of six key Romantics: Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn, Frederick Chopin, Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms.
Each composer was impacted by the innovations in piano design, notably the arrival of the fortepiano, the predecessor of the modern piano and an instrument whose name literally means “loud-soft.” It was the perfect vehicle to express a wider, more intimate emotional range and capture the Sturm und Drang of the Romantic Age.
Dubal’s goal is not only to enhance our understanding of the composers and their repertoire, but also to offer some of the finest performances of their work. To that end, the program includes a healthy mix of modern recordings and historically significant performances, some dating back to the first third of the 20th century. You can also expect comparative performances, so you can hear different interpretive styles side-by-side and pick your own favorites.
The Romantic Piano marks David Dubal’s return to the weekly programming line-up for first time since 2009.