I love music.

I write about the music I like and have purchased for the benefit of better understanding it and sharing my preferences with others.

Other Fans

Someone recently asked me a question. Okay, they asked me a series of questions. 1. How much money do you make with your biberfan site? 2. How many people visit your biberfan site? When I told her the answers, she asked yet another: Why do you spend time and energy on your biberfan site? I remember reading somewhere about the Read/Write Web and blogging: no matter your interest, if you share your passion about it through blogging, there will be some audience. My only thought is... this site would be so much better if it was many voices rather than one. I tried this at my Messy Cuisine site (link). I gave logins to several friends who said they'd like to blog about food--specifically, restaurant reviews. To this date, not one has contributed something. Geeze. I'd love to get other writers about Baroque and Classical music to review online here with me. I'd manage things, have a couple ounces of editorial control, but otherwise would support more writers. Whaddya think?

The Fibonacci's

Huggett performs Bach