Monthly Archives: March 2019

Gobzt

For the piece Gobzt I collaborated with Stephen M. Weinstock. He sent me a short movement of a twelve tone string quartet he had written a number of years ago. I pulled the four themes out and reworked them, adding … Continue reading

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She And Little Bear

In the Roman myth, Jupiter (the king of the gods) lusts after a young woman named Callisto, a nymph of Diana. Juno, Jupiter’s wife, discovers that Callisto has a son named Arcas, and believes it is by Jupiter. In her … Continue reading

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Unknown Particles

Unknown Particles was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0375: Despite Yourself      Step 1: There is only one step for this project: Make a piece of music that sounds as unlike you as you can accomplish. Just about all … Continue reading

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Searching For Krill

This piece was written in response to an At Water’s Edge challenge.      The challenge is, you know, scales. We challenge you to create a track using alternate tunings, unusual scales, and so on. And make it about being underwater. The … Continue reading

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The Crossroads

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku269 – Before the crossroads Before the crossroads not a stir across the land a sunrise moment This is a haiku by Jeffrey Yamaguchi creates projects with words, photos, and video as art … Continue reading

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