Tag Archives: Chorus

The Sun Returns

This piece was written Disquiet Junto Project 0292: Eclipse Music and is dedicated to the memory of Bassel Khartabil. I have seen two eclipses and hope to see another one soon, weather permitting. I imagined a time when eclipses were … Continue reading

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Synaesthesia

This piece was written for Junto 0291: Make Music That Sounds Like a Lantern 1 – Consider what might be called the “lantern effect” — the way light is filtered through the textured material of a paper lantern. 2 – … Continue reading

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Lost In Red

The idea of the Disquiet Junto Project 0280 was to use a new musical thing to recreate an old musical thing. Fortunately, the definitions of the terms “old” and “new” were not defined so I made up my own. I … Continue reading

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The Day Begins in Crisfield

This piece was written for Disquiet 0269: Record Half a Duet. One morning while my wife was visiting family I woke at 4am. It was one of those instances where I knew that I would not be going back to … Continue reading

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Lost In Crimson

“Max was pondering the important issue of how petrogylphs differed from hieroglyphs when the radio halted its roll at the very far end of the electronic dial. After a brief silence, the weak signal transmitted indistinct sounds, like whispers, intermingled … Continue reading

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Awakes

This piece was written for Disquiet Junto Project 0250: Soothing Sounds. One of the coolest things about being retired is that I get a chance to sit with my 16 month old granddaughter a couple of days a week. When I … Continue reading

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