On a more mundane note, I spent most of Saturday entering five pages' worth of piano music into Noteworthy Composer, and most of today trying to figure out how to convert the resulting MIDI file to a WAV so I could burn it onto a CD and use it as an accompaniment track for a solo I'm doing on Thursday. In the end I had to buy $22 worth of shareware to get it to work -- but I'm sure I'll be using the same method again, so I don't have to feel guilty about the purchase. I feel much happier about the prospect of having my accompaniment on CD than having to practice and play it live. Singing doesn't make me nervous, nor does playing the piano, but playing and singing at the same time definitely does.
The song, by the way, is "O Lord, Our Lord" by Marty Goetz. Excuse me while I dance the hora.