1. Classical pianist and writer Jeremy Denk is a 2013 MacArthur Fellow. Celebrated as a “gifted expositor,” his blog, Think Denk is a “life-log technical analysis, informative repartee, and witty memoir.” Last year on Fresh Air he spoke of Beethoven:

The last Beethoven sonata seems to me [to be] one of the most profound musical journeys to infinity ever made, the whole piece seems to want to bring us from a present moment into this timeless space where everything is continuous and endless.


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    Classical pianist and writer Jeremy Denk is a 2013 MacArthur Fellow. Celebrated as a “gifted expositor,” his blog, Think Denk is a “life-log technical analysis, informative repartee, and witty memoir.” Last year on Fresh Air he spoke of Beethoven:

    The last Beethoven sonata seems to me [to be] one of the most profound musical journeys to infinity ever made, the whole piece seems to want to bring us from a present moment into this timeless space where everything is continuous and endless.

    image via NYT/Fred R. Conrad

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