In my composing work, I feel incredibly fortunate to have had most of the pieces I’ve composed performed at least once. This is a post about the opposite — pieces I’ve composed that haven’t (yet) been performed. A playlist of score videos awaits.
A “Behind the Tracks” post about Ljova’s three-movement “Midnight Suite”, and the atmosphere behind the music.
A “Behind the Tracks” post about “Playground Móòd”, improvised in April 2020 during the height of the pandemic’s first wave.
Continuing the thread of “Behind The Tracks” posts about my new album “Enter The Fadolín”, this post focuses on two tracks that go back-to-back, hand-in-hand:
“Going Home -> Leaving Home -> Finding Home Again” and “Light”
Listen to them both below as you read this post.
This image looks like two musicians on a Zoom call, but with a twist — we can play at the same time and actually hear each other! How is this possible? The answer, as the modern parlance goes, may surprise you —-> we’re also connected on Skype! Allow me to explain —
As colder weather returns to the East Coast and the pandemic shows no signs of slowing down, I’m putting together this post to share with you the three pieces (so far) that I composed to be performed live, over Zoom..
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I’ve been using Instagram as my on-the-go sketchpad of sorts, making 1-minute (or shorter) loop-minded tunes — here are a few and I’ll add others as they avail themselves.
Doubt, confusion, an inner repentance – these were the themes I tried to work with in creating my “Meditation” on this most solemn prayer, recited on the Jewish day of Atonement, Yom Kippur. In my composition, the traditionally familiar motifs are fragmented, inverted, and fused together in a way that is connected by question marks. Will we be forgiven?