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Book Recommendation: Indivisible by Four

This will be a quick post, as I’m in the midst of significant transition. This past week, on a flight, I had the opportunity to read Arnold Steinhardt’s Indivisible by Four: A String Quartet in Pursuit of Harmony. Steinhardt spent over three decades as first violin for the Guarneri String Quartet.

I saw the book at a used bookstore, recalled that it came well-recommended, and so I snapped it up. Dissidens’s review is spot-on; the book is an easy read and worthwhile initiation into the work of a string quartet.

Michael Riley

About Michael Riley

Student of theology, apologetics, and Christian affections. Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Wakefield, Michigan.

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