Monthly Archives: September 2015

Three Brief Appreciative Thoughts About Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892)

Although my preparations for this blog include keeping a list of possible topics sufficient to fill several months of weekly posts, I’ll confess that even earlier today I was not entirely settled upon a topic for this week. As regular … Continue reading

Posted in Calvinism, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Confessionalism, Evangelism, Preaching, Predestination, Theology

Thoughts about Intercollegiate Athletics from a Music Professor at an SEC University

Last night was a long and exciting one in the Everett household, as it was for many Ole Miss fans. After an unlikely win against the Alabama Crimson Tide during last year’s football matchup between the two teams in Oxford, … Continue reading

Posted in Higher Education, Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Mississippi

Gadgets and Gizmos: An App and a Podcast

I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with technology. On the one hand, I find all of the new things out there to be fascinating, but on the other hand many of the available “toys” out there are far … Continue reading

Posted in "Gadgets and Gizmos", Drum Beats+, Podcasts, Teaching Low Brass, The Brass Junkies

Fifteen Steps to Playing a Better All-State Audition (Repost)

This week I am reposting, for the fourth year, one of the more popular posts on this blog. With high school students are preparing for auditions for all-state groups and similar ensembles around this time of year, posting this article … Continue reading

Posted in Auditions, Bass Trombone, Euphonium, Practicing, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, Tuba