Vocal music is where I live. My keyboard writes soaring melodies. Not caring if they are avant-garde or Not
To contact me: my email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 brings a song-cycle about Nijinsky of the Ballets Russe. He wrote a Diary in 1919 while he was going mad. I’ve written two “mad” songs for countertenor, or Mezzo in “pants’. Now with the pandemic, everyone wants a cheerful song, so I have to cheer up.
In 2019, I finished a SciFi Opera guided by Daniel Felsenfeld!
March 2019 – Recording session – Opera arias, and unaccompanied songs for Mezzo-Soprano
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March 2018 – Performance of A Musical Evening – Opera excerpts, theater songs, and unaccompanied songs for Soprano
Finished the Opera’s Final aria!! in the summer of 2019
for previews: see https://soundcloud.com/suefein132
In 2020 I’m writing a 6 song cycle for Soprano and CounterTenor
It will be based on the tragic life of the choreographer and soloist:
Vaslav Nijinsky. I’m recording the first two songs on February 25-th
at the request of Frank Bidart who wrote a poem about it.
If he likes the recordings well enough, perhaps he will give me setting permission!
Otherwise I can take the lyrics from poor Vatza’s Diary
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Hallo, Mrs. Feingold!
Prof Dr Otto E. Roessler, Germany, wants to leave a message to you.
He is not able to give a reply like i did it here.
Could you please give him a direct email-adress?
My email-adress is :
The one of Roessler is:
email@example.com (the one of my last adress to him)
firstname.lastname@example.org (the one of his last answer)
By that `or´ about the adresses of Mr. Roessler I am not shure which one you should use.
But you may use myone if you are interested to get a nice command of Mr. Roessler about a work you did some years ago.
Best wishes, Peter kepp
Thank you for your comment Dr. Kepp.
I am not clear as to which aspect of the EPR experiment you refer, so I can not reply in an intelligent way to your comment. To the best of my knowledge, Dr. Alain Aspect performed an accurate experiment in the late 1970s proving authoritatively that there can be no such things as “hidden variables”.
I understand that a Dutch team recently “re-proved” this. I have no idea why they thought they had to reprove it but I did not look deeply into their current research which for me is no longer interesting as such.
I try to give the message from O. E. Roessler direct to you:
Did it work?
[Der Link, den ich Frau Feingold schicken möchte,
ist übrigens: An Homage to CERN’s John Bell
An Homage to CERN’s John BellHeraclitus’ Saying “The Wartime-Slaughterer is the Father of Everyone”: almost confirmed through Einstein’s Intuition Otto E. Rossler Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, University of Tubingen, Auf der Morgenstelle 14, 72076 Tubingen, Germany Abstract
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Direct from me to you:
I also worked on the problem and I found a mistake in the EPR-experiment!
When testing the correlation of the attributes of the used light (quantums),
only one of four shots are correlated. This is, by understanding the experiment,
a normal constallation of probability. So the asumed effect is a big mistake
in overlooking the principle mistake of that experiment.
Best regards, Peter Kepp