Managing references and citations as a Pages user

It’s no secret that handling references and citations is complicated. In response, there are many products available to handle various aspects of collecting, managing, and integrating references for research purposes — in addition to collaborating and sharing resources. Recent products have provided the ability to handle these tasks with a single suite of web/desktop plugins and standalone software: […]

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Symphonic works in times of conflict

I’ve recently stumbled upon Enescu’s Symphony Nº 3. Composed in 1918 (rev. 1921), it is an evocative tone poem for orchestra and choir of images relatable to the suffering Enescu would have witnessed throughout the First World War. It immediately called to mind Bernstein’s Age of Anxiety, which led to a few thoughts on the role of symphonic and orchestral […]

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