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The Art of War: Listening to Otto Dix

Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor by Otto Dix. 1924 etching, aquatint, drypoint.

This year marks the centenary of the commencement of World War One. Although I thought I knew the basic facts of the war it wasn’t until a recent trip to Germany that I discovered that the range of my WW1 knowledge had been limited by its bias towards the stories of the British allies. 319 more words

Field Recording

Back Again

I kept on thinking about something that keeps on occurring

Like what I’ve always expected I am again falling

Falling but no one is catching… 324 more words


Snail Gif

My First Official GIF!!

And yes, of course it is a snail.  Adorable Creatures.

I was thinking about touching up some areas a bit, but for my first gif I think this is pretty good.   50 more words


According to researchers, the more complex the music, the sexier women find it

Naturalist Charles Darwin’s theory that music’s primary function is sexual courtship may have been proved right, according to new research.

“His argument has been supported by a study from the University of Sussex which shows that during the most fertile phase of their menstrual cycle, women prefer sexual mates who are able to produce more complex music. 40 more words


Thesis Project: Death of a Season

This is my thesis project for my music major here at Clark University. It is a piece for solo piano entitled ‘Death of a Season.’ The performer is John Aylward, my own Theory & Composition professor. 41 more words

May 8 Interfaith Choir Concert

A Concert Featuring the Music of Organist and Composer, S. Andrew Lloyd

Thursday May 8, 2014


First United Methodist Church

201 S. Locust St. 80 more words



poor little me
pale i’ll always be
i wonder how 
did i lose all my color

saddening it is…

i’m the tears…
from cold-hearted clouds…

maybe that’s why