Pandemic Pedagogy: How Creative Limitation May Sow Benefits in the Long Term

By Scott Flavin | From the January-February 2021 issue of Strings magazine “The enemy of art is the absence of limitations.” —Orson Welles Whenever I think of J.S. Bach, I marvel at how the intensely structured rules of form found in his music (fugues, chorales, polyphonic lines, Baroque dance suites, etc.) seem not to have … Continue reading Pandemic Pedagogy: How Creative Limitation May Sow Benefits in the Long Term