Author Archives: Andy Costello

Transition By Season

Transition By Season is an abstract catalogue of the music I’ve performed in a recently completed season.  It allows me the opportunity to reflect upon my musicking with open yet categorical coverage.  Here is the transition that is my 2014-15 … Continue reading

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MASQUES DE SCHUMANN

Program note for MASQUES DE SCHUMANN, 4 Dec 2014, Montreal I am so thrilled to present this programme.  Robert Schumann is a deeply meaningful composer to my development as a musician, and to embody the contemporary re-embodiments of his work … Continue reading

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For Your Family

Poem #401 One more is for more Whether or not I know it is so, So so so.

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for e.e. cummings

a n d(w e) will (be) caught.

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Poem #222

The poem hasn’t changed. But you have.

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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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David Reminick – Perched upon an Arborescent Limb

I’d like to start things off with a big assertion: Dave began as my sole guiding force in music.  When I came freshly transferred into music at Columbia College, Dave Reminick was my first exposure to serious music study, in … Continue reading

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