Tag Archives: Perfect Pitch

Perfect Pitch – Update

When I started this blog a little over a year ago, one of the first things I wrote about was my gradual loss of absolute pitch (“perfect pitch”). It’s an aging thing – normal, and to be expected, much like vision … Continue reading

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Am I Too Loud?

This is the question commonly asked by accompanists and the title of Gerald Moore’s memoirs – the English composer who did more than anyone else to elevate the status of the accompanist, now known as a collaborative pianist. I first … Continue reading

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Perfect Pitch… and then it’s gone.

I have perfect pitch. At least, I used to. One of the things they don’t tell you in music school is that it fades with age. Of course, “they” probably didn’t know this. One of my professors was utterly fascinated … Continue reading

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