Monthly Archives: January 2018

Under A Winter Moon

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 212 – Under a winter moon   Under a winter moon   with shallow water   a river flows This is a haiku by Seishi Yamaguchi, an influential Japanese haiku writer active during the Shōwa … Continue reading

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Winterfylleth

My first album is finally live You can listen free or support the artist. When you’ve got some time please sit back and give a listen, I’m really happy as to how it came out. The scores for the four … Continue reading

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Splitting Autumn’s Sky

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 211 – Giant pasania tree.   Giant pasania tree,   splitting   autumn’s sky. This is a haiku by Takahama Kyoshi. It is written for two Trumpets, Horn, Trombone, Bass Trombone and Tuba. Splitting Autumn’s … Continue reading

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Winter Light

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 210 – Winter Light and was written in collaboration with Stephen M. Weinstock.   Winter light   touches the Great Buddha,   then the hills. This is a haiku by Tatsuko Hoshino, a well known … Continue reading

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In Wild Rice Fields

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 209 – I am all ears   I am all ears   in wild rice fields   the song of warblers This is a haiku by Ryōkan Taigu. It was written for Flute, Alto Flute, … Continue reading

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