Monthly Archives: October 2017

Leaving My Thoughts (condensed)

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 199.     Going forth…     Leaving my thoughts     In a sasanqua flower. This short piece for three instruments works on the idea of expansion and contraction, introduction and consolidation. The sasanqua flower is a … Continue reading

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Week’s End

Our lives are surrounded by memories and anticipation. This is why we love Fridays and refer to it as TGIF. The same can be said for me with Sundays, where the anticipation is always that tomorrow has always been either … Continue reading

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Frank’s Gronkytonk

This piece was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0302: Gronkytonk. I imagine Gronkytonk as the music one hears down the street coming from an – at best – sketchy bar. Going inside the music reminds one of the … Continue reading

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Gratitude!

This piece was written in response to naviarhaiku 197.   Gratitude!   tears melting into   mountain snow It was written for string orchestra, chorus and piano. Gratitude! Gratitude! – Score

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Rosevere Parts

This piece was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0301: Parts > Sum. Sections from each of Lee Rosevere’s ten 5 Minute Meditations were combined into an electronic file and accompaniment by string orchestra was added. The piece is … Continue reading

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From Before We Were Born

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 196.   the waves charge and crash,   then they return, again and   again — and again My idea was not to replicate the ocean, but more to replicate the feeling of the ocean. … Continue reading

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