Pretty much spend all afternoon re-uploading pictures to the first three blog entries of markalburgermusichistory.blogspot.com + the Table of Contents and Syllabi, and at least this works, but what a long road this will be if an easy fix is not found + no real guarantee that this will not inexplicably malfunction again.... In this case, we don't pay money and takes our chances, at least initially....
Music History session of the season, and, in the subdued (quite calm, efficient, and organized, actually) chaos of too many students wanting to add (and they all would be gladly so, in an ideal world), somehow a picture of this august body is not taken, and neither is one of the class notes at the end, which does not happen often. So, in lieu of the normally complete ones in the pass, here's a suspect one, actually from more than several semesters, with the same content at time, then evolving differently below by prose....
C Major Scale
C D E F G A B C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1(8)
Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do
Five Ways of Producing Sound
C# D# F# G# A#
Db Eb Gb Ab Bb
C D E F G A B C
 Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spake Zarathustra): I. Introduction
 Gustav Holst - The Planets: I. Mars
 Edgar Varese - Poeme Electronique (Electronic Poem)
 Sergei Prokofiev - Peter and the Wolf
 Olivier Messiaen - Turangalila Symphony: IV
 Alan Hovhaness - And God Created Great Whales
a lot of excuses,
beginning the day zipping to work, bestowing Lowell Mason's Mary Had a Little Lamb for Dictation / Keyboard-Solfege for the Theorists,
and there-and-backing it before the evening's endeavors. 149th day of summer, high 95 (60th 90+, for a solid two-months of such temps!), composing page 2 respectively for Psalm 102 and At a Medical Deposition.