May 17, 2020--Practice blog in the time of the virus.

An eventful day. Lots of activities taken care of. It began with going to the church for services. I practiced a bit before the service. Afterwards, we stopped by a non-cooking pizza place (you cook them at home) for our dinner. Came home and ate lunch of leftovers before finishing up a correspondence course quiz on Masonry. Loaded it online, then made six gallons of wine and five gallons of beer. Tried scraping out caulking in the upstairs shower for about an hour. Also, practiced piano for a bit while waiting for the beer to boil. Made dinner of said pizza and am now watching Mission Impossible.

On the organ, I ran through several of the pieces I worked on this week. Kauffmann's Herr Jesu Christ; Couperin's Kyrie from Mass of the Convents; and Bach's BWV 630. After the service, I recorded my postlude which is provided above.

On the piano, I worked on several Mendelssohn Songs without words and a chopin Mazurka.

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