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Key His Eyes

May 1st, 2016 · No Comments

I think that if I’d lived in NYC any longer, I would have ended up gouging out someone’s eyes. Here I can purge those fantasies in a song.

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Keyboard Music 3

February 27th, 2012 · 4 Comments

This photocopied dossier collects 49 pages of my music for keyboard.  Let me know if you want one. The pieces are: The Muscatel Suite Pay Attention Gilding the Pyrite The Guidonian Hand Applied to a Tracing of a Plaster Cast of a Yeti Footprint This Honeycomb Matrix of Atoms Known as the Material World Bill […]

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The King of Ukuleleland

February 7th, 2012 · No Comments

In 2001, White Knuckle Sandwich — Jennifer Duffy (now Perez), Anne Shapiro, and myself — contributed to a program of 10-minute musicals under development at New York Theatre Workshop.  Our selection, “The King of Ukuleleland,” was inspired by the island musicals that proliferated in the early 1900s; it featured my dummy, Eddie Gray, in the […]

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Keyboard Music 2

July 13th, 2011 · No Comments

This photocopied dossier collects 49 pages of my keyboard music. Let me know if you’d like one. The pieces are: Life’s Little Sorrows Mozart at the Cannery Works Waltz Under the Weather Fort in Solrésol Chuff The Scenic Route Stevenson at the Flageolet Lull Lorem Ipsum Dolor Bach Had a Bad Headache The Passing Clouds […]

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Kangaroos

June 30th, 2011 · No Comments

When I was in Perth, playing piano for an IBM industrial, I spent some time drawing kangaroos in my sketchbook. There’s nothing like drawing kangaroos.

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Keyboard Music 1

June 22nd, 2011 · No Comments

You can get 49 pages of my keyboard music in this photocopied dossier. Let me know if you want one. It contains excerpts from dance and theater scores, examples from lectures, harmonizations, Solrésol translations, occasional pieces, gags, and experiments. The pieces are: Stumbling Block Rameau’s Nephew Spang Aubade Rousseau’s Three-Note Tune The Party Next Door […]

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