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Claire de Lune - Jazzy Debussy?

For me jazz and impressionism are closely related; all those warm harmonies, all those colours. So no wonder I play this lovely piece by Debussy on my jazz guitar. 104 more words

A defense against mediocrity

“And if we look at the works of J.S. Bach – a benevolent god to which all musicians should offer a prayer to defend themselves against mediocrity – on each page we discover things which we thought were born only yesterday, from delightful arabesques to an overflowing of religious feeling greater than anything we have since discovered. 22 more words


Scentual Sunday

Claude Debussy – Sonata for cello and piano in D minor, written in 1915.

I. Prologue (Lent)
II. Sérénade (Modérément animé)
III. Finale (animé) {Léger et nerveux} 171 more words

Scentual Sunday

Debussy Ravel String Quartets Products

So how you can string an acoustic guitar? Here’s a action by step guide to tuning an acoustic guitar.

The first step in stringing acoustic guitar would be to buy new strings. 340 more words

Park Avenue Performance Art Floods the Armory with Sound

“It’s the best game board I’ve ever been able to play on,” the Turner Prize-winning art world superstar and self-proclaimed “old Scotsman alcoholic” Douglas Gordon said earlier this week of the massive Wade Thompson Drill Hall in The Park Avenue Armory. 817 more words

Chapter 101

The temperature had always been an indicator for my day. Especially on this day, where my day kept changing from joy to fear, from fear to sorrow, and from sorrow to joy. 542 more words


Currawong, Cicadas and Scrabble

Once another piano played on a rainy day

Well before currawongs and cicadas

Shook the silence of a Sydney burb.

It was ’61, gloves, admiralty engagements… 218 more words