May 15, 2020--Practice Blog in the time of the virus

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Another day down. Looking forward to the weekend. The day started with work on my fingering transcription (5 pages left) and some piano practice. A Masonic brother died last week and his funeral was today. I was a little shocked at how many people were there without any face coverings and in close proximity. Had my mask on, not going to argue with people about it. Afterwards, I went to the church to practice. I received in the mail yesterday the three volumes of Kauffmann's music published by @partitura, so worked on one of them today. Not perfect, but I had fun learning it--thank you to @organduo, @laputis, and @partitura for introducing me to this composer. Came home and let the dogs out. And that was my day.

On the piano, I continued to work on an accompaniment for a Handel aria and a couple Mendelssohn Songs without Words.

On the organ, I practiced the above Kauffmann chorale prelude, music for Sunday (will record tomorrow and Sunday), and some Bach BWV 536.

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