Memory Slips

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Memory Slips
  • Linda Katherine Cutting
  • English
  • 27 June 2018
  • 0060928794

About the Author: Linda Katherine Cutting

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Memory Slips There are three kinds of memory slips, I tell my students One, when Memory slips but you find your way back without losing a beat Two, when you don t find your way back until the downbeat Three, when you don t find your way back in time and must stop and restart the music I don t tell them about a fourth possibility , when one memory slips, another intrudes and you don t find your way back for a very long time from Memory Slips Linda Katherine Cutting s memoir of family and music movingly portrays the trauma and recovery of a woman whose childhood was betrayed by those who were supposed to protect her In exquisite prose she illuminates the inner life of a child for whom the gift of music was the only refuge, a refuge that protected her as long as it could For when Linda began to remember what her father had done to her and her brothers both eventual suicides she stopped being able to remember Beethoven s notes.Linda Cutting s writing bears witness to what had occurred Her stunning Hers column, originally printed in the New York Times Sunday Magazine in October 1993, was clipped and carried in wallets and pocketbooks and reprinted around the world Now, her memoir Memory Slips, will not only reach out and give voice to victims of abuse but also move anyone who cares about the power of writing, the beauty of music and the innocence of children In her writing, Linda Cutting displays the same grace, thoughtfulness and talent that she s always brought to her music making With courageous candor, Linda has shone light into the darker corners of her own compelling life, and we, the readers, are richer for it John Williams, Academy Award winning composer and conductor laureate, The Boston Pops Orchestra This is a mesmerizing story about the loss of music and innocence and very nearly the self and the subsequent recovery of all those things It is testimony to the power of Linda Cutting s writing that the same book that tears at your heart can, in the end, make it rise up with gladness Elizabeth Berg, author of Talk Before Sleep, Range of Motion and The Pull of the Moon Best Download Memory Slips By Linda Katherine Cutting For Kindle ePUB or eBook – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Memory Slips

  1. Courtney says:

    My lovely daughter gave me this book to read and said, I think you ll like it mom Imagine my surprise when as I got deeper into the narrative by a gifted pianist was that I discovered it was a memoir about incest Truth is, I did like it and I could relate to her story While not a gifted pianist, I did play piano for over 10 years I was quite good, even after my trusted teacher of 6 years molested me one day at a lesson Both of these experiences sparked a deeper connection to Miss Cutting My lovely daughter gave me this book to read and said, I think you ll like it mom Imagine my surprise when as I got deeper into the narrative by a gifted pianist was that I discovered it was a memoir about incest Truth is, I did like it and I could relate to her story While not a gifted pianist, I did play piano for over 10 years I was quite good, even after my trusted teacher of 6 years molested me one day at a lesson Both of these experiences sparked a deeper connection to Miss Cutting s story, told in back and forth 10 years apart between the time she was a rising concert pianist to her hospitalization for suicidal tendencies which came after she could not longer ignore the dark childhood memories that slipped in despite her concentrated efforts to block them as an adult There are three kinds of memory slips, I tell my students One, when memory slips but you find your way back without losing a beat Two, when you d...

  2. Lisa says:

    This is the only book I ve ever listened to on tape the author, herself, plays the piano, throughout, and introduced me to a composer I d never heard before Scriabin BEAUTIFUL Musicians, check it out

  3. Sue says:

    Exquisitely written and structured Little in the way of graphic descriptions of the abuse inflicted upon her and her siblings by their clergyman father but rather the aftermath of such betrayal of trust and a profound exploration of her relationship with her mother and others Her...

  4. Emily says:

    This memoir described one month in the recent past of the author, while she was in therapy and one year in her less recent past The convention of switching back and forth between the time periods and showing the correlations between events was less confusing than I thought it would be The musical terminology and descriptions of pieces of music were muchconfusing to me She described her feelings a lot of times in terms of certain concertos and symphonies I don t read music at all, and I This memoir described one month in the recent past of the author, while she was in therapy and one year in her less recent past The convention of switching back and forth between the time periods and showing the correlations between events was less confusing than I thought it would be The musical terminology and descriptions of pieces of music were muchconfusing to me She described her feelings a lot of times in terms of certain concertos and symphonies I don t read music at all, and I had a hard time grasping the point of what she was trying to say.I also didn t feel that the book really resolved She went through a lot of abuse and broken relationships and her therapy was all about coming to terms with that She described the process of that very ...

  5. Wendy Lu says:

    wow, so well done she kind of just propels you forward through her narrative loss and tragedy and coping and the nature of mental illnesses and recognizing them, all couched in music because music is so much a part of her that its a part of her story too i love reading people s passions particularly liked the line at the end about learning to mother yourself note to self to cope with mild to moderate guilt its okay that you ve been reading a lot lately the reads have been very quick, and wow, so well done she kind of just propels you forward through her narra...

  6. Juliann says:

    I bought this book from a second hand store out of curiosity I started reading it out of boredom, and at first was distrubed by the experiences the author shares so honestly but very subtly at the same time Yet I couldn t put it down I found her story so compel...

  7. Lora Shouse says:

    A beautiful but sometimes painful book Linda Cutting describes how she used music to escape from childhood abuse Then she uses music, and also art and writing to help herself heal from this same abuse.I sort of thought l...

  8. Angélique (Angel) says:

    This was an interesting book, but not as evocative as I had hoped The unique chronological format of the chapters was a nice touch I thought the in depth descriptions of the piano movements felt a bit tedious, but in the long run, I...

  9. Verna says:

    One woman s struggle to tell the truth about her damaged childhood Using music to provide sustenance and refuge, Linda Katherine Cuttingthan prevails over her past, she shines and becomes a star This book is an inspiration to all of those who suffered abuse as child and lived to tell the tale...

  10. Fern says:

    I learned an awful lot from this book It features the author s feelings about music quite heavily, and as a musician myself, I found that very interesting to hear about It was also amazingly interesting to hear an ab...