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"I extend this invitation to join one woman s journey where along the way music, spirituality and sports offered rich counterpoint."
In her memoir Grace Notes, seasoned soprano Judy Robinson offers an engaging and deeply personal look at her life and her remarkable musical career. Beginning with her early recollections of life in the artistic community of Lindsborg, Kansas with an all-musician family, Judy invites the reader to share in dozens of stories and memories regarding her family history, career highlights, hobbies, and passions. Through these heartfelt anecdotes, Judy explores her relationships with music, sports, spirituality, and people.
These clear and vivid 'snapshots' of Judy s professional and private life - many of which are illustrated by her own photographs - create a portrait of a truly fascinating musician and woman.
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"She is truly authentic, brimming with adventurous capability, willing to take on the vagaries of life and to sail forward. For Judith, life brought the voice of an angel and the opportunity to sing her heart out. In this book she recounts her "yellow brick road" from Kansas to the Big Apple, through politics, spirituality and sexuality, a journey that took all her energy, talent, perseverance and elfin wonderment and here she invites us to join her. An amazing memoir. Martha Mayhood Mertz Founder ATHENA International "There are few people who can match the passion and dedication that Judith Robinson brings to everything she does. Yet, she has a unique ability to enjoy life and find meaning in even the most mundane of tasks. In the more than 20 years I've known her, she has never lost sight of who she is or of her ultimate goals. There are many days that I wish I had the fortitude and focus to do it Judy's way." Stuart Nifoussi Executive Vice President Business Journals, Inc."The importance of diction is unquestionable. Even more important is to possess the technique and artistry to bring out the nuances and coloration from the lyrics and the music. I remember well, Judith as such an artist." Anthony Amato Founder and Director Amato Opera Theater "It was a distinct pleasure to have Judith as soprano soloist for the Messiah Festival. Her knowledge and interpretation of both text and music were well thought out. This clearly came across to an appreciative audience which responded in prolonged applause and a standing ovation." Walter L. Pelz Music Director Messiah Festival, 1978About the Author:
Judith Robinson received a Bachelor of Music Degree from Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas and a Master's Degree from Boston's New England Conservatory of Music. Her eclectic career includes a solo performance with Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops and as an integral cast member in the launch of MR, The Magazine of Menswear Retailing, as its Associate Publisher/Advertising Director. The game of golf has captivated Judith since she took up the sport at the age of thirteen and was enhanced upon hitting a Hole in One at the Canyon Mesa Country Club in Sedona, Arizona on April 13, 1998. Is this what you call Divine Guidance?
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Book Description Acacia Publishing, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Condition: Used: Very Good. Signed copy!!! No writing, tears or marks except for first page. Cover has minimal wear. Seller Inventory # 52982