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FROM VIRGINIA MOFFAT KHURI’S NEW BOOK, HIROSHIMA.
The bomb was set to explode 1,900 feet above the ground for maximum destructive effect. A searing white fireball, hotter than the surface of the sun, sent its radiant heat out in all directions at twice the speed of sound. People within a one mile radius of the center were instantly carbonized; those further away suffered terrible burns. The heat of the explosion literally melted the skin of all who weren’t sheltered from the rays and most people were left naked, their clothing ripped away by the shock-wave. Some lived.
Consider the infinitely nuanced spaces between the notes of a Bach fugue. Here’s track 1 of Eric Lewis’ live concert performance with the Manhattan String Quartet and the New York Woodwind Quintet of J.S. Bach’s The Art of the Fugue, which BLBA will release shortly. The performance probes that infinity.