RIP Scott Walker, a genius and inspiration.
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Desire PUMMELS me yet
knowing it is
streaming chemicals like
all NEED and EMOTION and
LOGIC I still
coffee - to unbalance MY
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I think one of the interesting things about working as a choral composer is that it is inherently collaborative.
Sheet music isn't a finished work the way, say, a recording or a painting might be. For full appreciation, to reach a listening audience, it needs further labour, which I cannot always provide.
Even the intermediate target audience of people who I hope might perform my work are more likely to if there is an extant recording.
"Look at the odometer," I tell my teenage son. He leans over.
"Nine nine ... nine nine nine," he reads.
"We're going to hit 100,000 before we get home," I tell him.
"O .... K," he says, as if humoring me. He queues up another Kendrick song. I drive to the thumping bass.
"It happened! Just now!" I shout, startling him. "100,000!"
"I don't get it," he says. "Is that good or bad?"
"Neither," I admit. "It's just miles on the car. But it's not often you'll see it flip like that."
as comfort food,
with the wrappers off;
You taste it in night,
poetry as lovemaking,
off the tip of the tongue.
I dunk this story
into my cup of coffee,
the morning wondering
of the space between possibility
Download or stream over 100 avant-garde LPs from the 1950s to 1970s [MP3]:
Here's anther song I have finished now: "The Golden Land" It was lying around unfinished for like 15 years...
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