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Daily Diary - Sunday, December 10, 2017 - Day 40

 I had a church gig this afternoon, so I thought I would arrive early and practice in a different setting. It’s always a good idea to change up your workspace every once in awhile. 198 more words


Daily Diary - Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - Day 36

More yacking and hacking. In Bach’s language, I suppose that would be singen und klingen.

I worked today on the Sarabande and the Gigue. I’ve been ignoring the last few bars of the Prelude, and it’s going to bite me in the ass if I’m not careful. 114 more words


Daily Diary - Thursday, November 30, 2017 - Day 30

I’m half way through! Well, half way through Suite No. 1. Still, it’s a milestone. Today was also recording day; the day I record what I’m doing to see if what I hear matches reality. 122 more words


Daily Diary - Saturday, November 25, 2017 - Day 25

I decided I had been ignoring the Sarabande, so I worked on that today. To be honest, this one scares the hell out of me. The Sarabande is a slow dance in three, with a heavy emphasis on beat two. 159 more words


Daily Diary - November 2, 2017 - Day 2

 Tackling a big project means understanding whether you are working on the micro or the macro level. I find it best to work on them independently. 225 more words


One Word

My essay “Sixpack” about Forking Sysetems was published in “One Word” by Sarabance Books, and you may see the video as well as read the essay which I will post here after the video: 11,031 more words

The Footbridge: Tanka

glimmer-green dancers

flow in Sarabande rhythm

beneath the footbridge

music travels through space, time

captured by the artist’s brush

Claude Debussy, Sarabande pour le Piano, L95  46 more words