Monthly Archives: March 2014

Diminishing Returns (#2)

Listen to this video.  Listen and watch at least the first 20 seconds of each advertisement along the way.  Treat the advertisements as part of the piece itself. They are merely interludes — commercial breaks are the interludes of our … Continue reading

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10 Random Thoughts

1. Underlining will fall out of fashion due to the use of underlined text to signify a hyperlink on the internet.  People will be encouraged to substitute in favor of alternative forms of emphasis, to avoid confusion with the hyperlink.  … Continue reading

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Early Music – What It Means To Me

(Above: Top of the score of For Harpsichord, written for and dedicated to Francis Yun) I just finished writing a solo harpsichord piece for my dear friend Francis Yun, a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan. In writing this … Continue reading

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