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Saturday, March 27th

sounds of New York

Joel Ross Quartet (JR, vibraphone; Immanuel Wilkins, saxophone; Rashaan Carter, bass; Marcus Gilmore, drums), live, New York, 12/9/20


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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago (office, Monadnock Building, painting by Gerard Fortuné)


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reading table

cartography is the strangest science today
as morning alters the fittings of the hour to form
shapes wholly new.

–Xiao Yue Shan, from “in love as in tourism” (Poetry, 4/21)

Monday, February 8th

Why not start the week with something small, quiet, beautiful?

Patricia Brennan (vibraphone), “Solar” (P. Brennan), live (studio), New York, 2018

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

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reading table

Only thing
the thief left behind—
moon in my window.

—Ryokan (1758-1831), translated from Japanese by Kazuaki Tanahashi

Monday, January 25th

Why not begin the week with something beautiful?

John Luther Adams (1953-), The Farthest Place (2001); Robin Lorentz (violin), Amy Knoles (vibraphone, marimba), Bryan Pezzone (piano), Barry Newton (bass), 2002

 

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lagniappe

random sights

other day, Chicago

Monday, October 19th

alone

Patricia Brennan (vibraphone), “Magic Square” (P. Brennan), published 10/16/20

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Oak Park, Ill.

Tuesday, September 15th

alone

Patricia Brennan (vibraphone), “For Susanna Kyle” (L. Bernstein, from “Five Anniversaries”), live, 2020

 

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lagniappe

random sights

other day, Chicago

Monday, July 6th

alone

Why not begin the week with something beautiful?

Patricia Brennan (vibraphone), “Sonnet” (P. Brennan), 2018

 

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Another take.

Recording, 2020

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Oak Park, Ill. (Oak Park Conservatory)

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reading table

This world of dew
is only a world of dew—
and yet

—Kobayashi Issa (1763-1827), translated from Japanese by Sam Hamill

Monday, May 4th

Feeling lost?

John Luther Adams (1953-), The Farthest Place (2001); Robin Lorentz (violin), Amy Knoles (vibraphone, marimba), Bryan Pezzone (piano), Barry Newton (bass), 2002

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

Wednesday, September 18th

sounds of New York
day three

Tomas Fujiwara’s 7 Poets Trio (TF, compositions, drums; Patricia Brennan, vibraphone; Tomeka Reid, cello), live, New York, 6/10/19

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

Monday, July 9th

mesmerizing

John Luther Adams (1953-), The Farthest Place (2001), Andrew Ferdig (marimba), Kevin Keith (vibraphone), Danica Smith (violin), Andy Sproule (bass), James Wehe (piano), live, Denver, 2017

 

Thursday, February 22nd

more

Julius Eastman (1940-1990), Stay on It (1973), live, Switchboard Music Festival, San Francisco, 2016*

 

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lagniappe

random thoughts

The paper clip in my desk drawer will outlive me.

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*Annie Phillips, bass clarinet; Jeff Anderle, clarinet; Aram Shelton, alto saxophone; Alisa Rose, violin; Hannah Addario-Berry, cello; Helen Newby, cello; Dominique Leone, piano;  Mark Clifford, vibraphone; Jordan Glenn, drums.

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