When I list redid my list of blogs a while back, I somehow left off Isaac Watras' wonderful listening journal What I Like About... Many apologies....Sequenza 21, the multi-voiced composer blog, is heating up. It's an hour after the end of the Cleveland Orchestra concert at Carnegie, and there's already a review. With which I'm forced to agree: I'm loving Radu Lupu's playing of the concertos, but the orchestra itself hasn't given me chills, as David Salvage puts it....Trrill has another fascinating, creepy post about castratos, this one pegged to a recent episode of American Idol, where a possible live castrato briefly appeared in the audition process before being chased away by the judges.... Two new blogs worth noting. One is baritone Tom Meglioranza, who recently revealed what not to do during those long stretches of oratorios when you have nothing to sing: "1. Following along in your score. The word 'amateurish' springs to mind. Especially if you're using a different edition from the choir. Then your page turns don't match, and it looks like you're just pretending you can read music." Followed by a typology of Messiah listeners, including "people who are really freaked out the first time the countertenor sings" and "people who laugh when the chorus sings 'All we like sheep.'" This reminds me of the time the New York Times sent me out to cover eight Messiah performances in the space of two weeks. I was never quite the same....The other interesting new blogger is—Pierre Boulez? What else could the initials "PB" stand for? The anonymous author of Never Been Home is providing sharp commentary on musical events around Paris....In case you didn't have enough blogs to read, John Anderies at the Music Library Association blog Infoshare has a huge list of music blogs in all genres.