Monthly Archives: September 2018

Me this stillness this awake

About a year ago I was approached by a singer who wanted to collaborate with me. I wrote a piece for her but was never able to get her to sing it – I am guessing that she did not … Continue reading

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Fulfillment (collaboration with Daniel Diaz)

Fulfillment was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0351: Selected Insomniac Works Volume II.   Step 1: Last week, about 60 members of the Disquiet Junto recorded ambient music for the middle of the night. The specific request was to … Continue reading

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Ophiuchus and Chiron

Ophiuchus and Chiron is my first release on the Aural Films label. Notes for Chiron: Chiron In Greek mythology, Chiron was held to be the superlative centaur amongst his brethren, as he was called the “wisest and justest of all … Continue reading

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Music For Insomniacs

Music For Insomniacs was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0350: Selected Insomniac Works.   Step 1: It’s the middle of the night, long past dusk and long before dawn. You can’t sleep.   Step 2: Think about what kind of … Continue reading

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The Sky Begins To Overcast

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku245 – Flowers of morning glory.   Flowers of morning glory.   The sky above this street   Begins to overcast. This is a haiku by Hisajo Sugita, an innovative exponent of the women’s haiku movement, … Continue reading

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Haiku Music – Volume 3

Haiku Music – Volume 3 My third self-published album – ten musical interpretations inspired by ten haiku. Listen free and/or support the artist. The links below display the scores. Finally, A Clear Sky 6:18 finally a clear sky yet no … Continue reading

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Insect Out Of Tune

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku244 – among thousands.   among thousands   of singing insects, one   singing out of tune This is a haiku by Mitsuhashi Takajo, a haiku poet of the Shōwa period. She is considered as one … Continue reading

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