Random Catapultation Into Worldwide Stardom — Rapidly blooming to Viral within hours — Police Called To Stop Filming During Piano Livestream

“Two simple rules for not appearing on camera: (1) Don’t stand in front of the camera… (2) Don’t pick a fight with the cameraman.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65iwnI2hjAA   CGPT — The incident involving Brendan Kavanagh, a British pianist known for his boogie-woogie performances on public pianos, and a group of Chinese tourists at London’s St. Pancras International … Read more


It’s funny to see all these people finally catching-on.  Dr. Leonard Horowitz published his “MUSICAL CULT CONTROL” paper, what, almost 20 years ago.  And he was not the first to sound warning.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt3EAPDn-Ug “Before 1900 there was no coordinated effort to standardize the pitch.” stated at ~45 seconds in — a little vague.  Chinese manuscripts note … Read more

Modes of Music Matter – Tone and Resonance as Method of Social Control and much more

RE church bells … one’s mind begins to wander … wonder … I read someplace an interpretation of Chinese history, something about the emperor would have ‘tone gangs’ travel amongst villages, adjusting the official tone of the bells, gongs, etc. Something like our A440 pitch? (Dr Leonard Horowitz MUSICAL CULT CONTROL) “Let me make the … Read more

One way to “Carbon Zero” is to have No Carbon Present At All — TOYOTA CEO – ”OUR AMMONIA ENGINE IS THE END OF EV’S”

https://www.bitchute.com/video/KPzdgIXY3e1D/   Somebody has a sense of humor … a clever.   CGPT — Toyota has been actively researching and developing various alternative fuel technologies to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. Among these initiatives, the exploration of ammonia as a fuel for internal combustion engines is a noteworthy direction. Ammonia (NH3) has been … Read more

Cheap Chinese Copies causing demise of FranTone and American-Made Quality Goods … and ultimately, promptly Innovation itself

“This is another evidence of China-made “competition” (AKA cheap copies) being allowed/used instead as an unbridled weapon against US-manufacturing and also innovation.” Among George Washington’s first acts as President was erection of trade tariffs / barriers to protect fledgling American industry from economic attack. Economic attack of course erodes the higher goals of Innovation. “Perhaps … Read more

Gender in Chinese Music

Abstract Gender in Chinese Music is an admirably ambitious volume that spans an impressive range of temporal and geographical axes, forcefully demonstrating the breathtaking range of musical traditions in the PRC. There are too many gems in this book to address here so I will limit myself to presenting a few sample chapters, chosen in … Read more