But had we ever really left?

The tumblr site *When in Musicology* had a really nice tribute in January, 2013


So, after some positioning and logistics:

I’m delighted to announce that Phil and I are getting the band back together, so to speak.  In the meantime, he has been tenured at Indiana University and published a book; I’ve kept on keepin’ on and become the father of a Phi Beta Kappa, in addition to still being the husband of one.  Somehow this reminds me of the comment of Mike Krukow, former pitcher for the San Francisco Dodgers: “I’m really slow.  I ran a race with my wife when she was seven months pregnant and came in third.”

A lot of people missed us, and we think our blogospheric presence was a good thing in general, so we’re back at it.  I will try not to be a five-trick pony.  Glad to be back.

About jonathanbellman

Professor of Music History and Literature and Head of Academic Studies in Music at the University of Northern Colorado. Author, *The _Style Hongrois_ in the Music of Western Europe* (Northeastern University Press, 1993), *A Short Guide to Writing About Music* (2e, Longman, 2008), *Chopin's Polish Ballade: Op. 38 as Narrative of National Martyrdom* (Oxford University Press, 2010), Editor, *The Exotic in Western Music* (Northeastern University Press, 1998), author of bunches of articles and reviews and so on. Likes to play the piano, the mandolin, and even guitar sometimes. A. M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Scholar at UNC, 2011.
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