Acting Upon One Another. Ignatian Tradition and the Arts

Kristin Kusanovichby Kristin Kusanovich

As I write this, I hear the muffled, ever-ascending scales of Hans Boepple. He is warming up, as he does every day, with complicated patterns that gradually evolve into Scarlatti or Beethoven, at one of two grand pianos he has in his office above mine. For six years I have fancied that my brain has benefited from the second-hand synaptic connections that come from listening to classical music. That my office is situated in one of my favorite places, somewhere under

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