Monthly Archives: November 2011

“The Laramie Project”

We were very pleased to provide lights, sound FX, and video media for “The Laramie Project” at the Harley School on Nove  16 – 19.  The actors did a phenominal job.  It’s deep material that affects everyone working on and … Continue reading

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Paul Motian dies, aged 80

Paul Motian, whose CD “Lost in a Dream” I voted best release of 2010, died on November 22nd, aged 80. He was a great and influential drummer, earning fame with the Bill Evans trio and later as a leader of … Continue reading

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Wind Controller Performance – Dec 2nd, 7pm

Bard’s Baroque Performance to benefit Rochester Public Libraries 2 December 2nd @7pm Performing as Bard’s Baroque, I and my music partner Art, will be playing at the Pittsford Barnes and Noble store on Dec. 2nd at 7 p.m. for the … Continue reading

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Playing wind controller in a pit orchestra – revisited

Last year I wrote about playing wind controller in a pit orchestra (part 1, part 2). I’ve just finished playing in a production of Children of Eden. This was the 15th production of the musical group, and this year we … Continue reading

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Google Books Ngram Viewer

This is soooo cool. http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/ It searches google’s e-book’s for the words you type, and displays their frequency by year. If you type in airplane, you can see nothing before 1903, and then it jumps up.  You can type in … Continue reading

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