The arrival of almost-winter has me reaching into my archive of classical music – simultaneously adding to it with new renditions of old standards, and new classical works altogether. This is a cycle I recognize, the November onset of reflective and beautiful music written… Continue Reading “Sound cycles.”
On Sunday I scanned in over a hundred photos from the Flying Folk Army album over the years. Yeah. That’s crazy. I’m going to do our posters and a few more photos in the next few days and then pack those boxes back up… Continue Reading “The Flying Folk Army Collection”
It seems like ages since I made a listening or reading post here, and it’s not for lack of new material – so to get me back in the habit here’s a list of my recent listening favourites you might want to check out… Continue Reading “As for listening.”
Anyone want to come to this with me on Thursday? Shoot me an email if you’re interested – my friend Gordon Cobb composed and put together the music for the multimedia installation.
On the weekend I downloaded Tin Hat’s (formerly the Tin Hat Trio) new album – The Sad Machinery Of Spring and I’m here to tell you it is so worth it. A new music ensemble – they make music both beautiful and often strange… Continue Reading “For to listen.”