Glenda Moore

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About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Arts
Location United States
Introduction October 15, 2011: I feel extremely fortunate that as an educator my day is filled with teaching & learning; that as a musicologist my field is so enormous that no matter how long I live I can never know all there is to know about it & therefore can never stop learning about it; and as a performing classical musician my life is about bringing beauty to the world. It should be noted that being a Southerner (from the U.S.A.) definitely influences my perspective, as well as being INFJ (Myers-Briggs Personality Types), Dual-Dominance (Brain Theory Personality Types), Reformer (Enneagram Personality Types), A-Positive blood type (Japanese Personality Types), Year of the Water-Dragon (Chinese Astrology), and Leo sun with Sagittarius moon (Western Astrology). I am a firm believer in The Law of Attraction. One final note: as the color blue is one of the symbols of wisdom, I chose it as the color for the heading in this blog. Also please see my studio website: MooreMusicEdStudio.blogspot.com . Also: http://pinterest.com/gwin10/
Interests canoeing, badminton, walking, hiking, travel, gardening, needlepoint, art & museums, architecture, astronomy, history, languages
Favorite Movies You Kill Me, Up, The Tripletts of Belleville, Sense and Sensibility, Marni, The Young Philadelphians, District 9, Battle: Los Angeles, Dogville, Wag the Dog, Enchanted April, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, Persuasion (1995), La femme Nikita (1995), Crazed Fruit (1956), The Sea is Watching, The King of Masks, Raise the Red Lantern, Ju Dou, Red Sorghum, Indochine, any opera on film or made into a movie, Bandits, any film with Cate Blanchette or Jeff Bridges or Val Kilmer or Dolph Lundgren (beauteous, brawn, AND brains!) in it, The Big Labowski, The Fabulous Baker Boys, The A Team, Home By Christmas, anything with the elegant Cary Grant in it, many more...
Favorite Music classical, jazz, with a little of just about everything else thrown in
Favorite Books The Gift of Fear, Plato not Prozac, Nasty People, A New Guide to Rational Living, As A Man Thinketh, I Like You, Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, Party of One: The Loners' Manifesto, How to be a Hepburn in a Hilton World, Liberating Everyday Genius, How to Survive the Loss of a Love, poetry, the classics, anything by Elmore Leonard, satire by Patricia Cornwell, the Dexter books, Brad Thor's books, Why We Are Fat & What to Do About It, Great Cooks and Their Recipes, The Way to Cook, I'll Take My Stand, The Bark of the Dogwood, so so many more