Tag Archive 'music'

May 01 2012

AWAKENING IN A PERFECT WORLD

AWAKENING IN A PERFECT WORLD Shikina carefully drew her bow across the strings. Small birds surrounded her. Larger birds settled on nearby branches. She played on. Rainbows flew from her strings becoming flowers. Animals and people, one by one took their place in her beautiful circle. Peace filled Her loving re-creation. Madeleine Sklar© 2012

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Mar 03 2012

WEAVING MUSIC

WEAVING MUSIC She spins golden…. Shivering threads…. Crosses and skims…. Sings…. Times…. Links note to note…. And…. Shimmer climbs…. Ties star to star…. Renews…. Repeats…. Dives deep…. Through oceanic spaces…. Treads star to star…. Spider silk…. And smoothly…. Threads…. Star to…. Yes–…. Star

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Feb 25 2012

JAZZ AND

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JAZZ AND Some……….. Some notes……. Some base notes bleed through the rend……. Some don’t… Some base notes……….. Some bright notes….. Was dancing through the yellow…. Dream and up climbing….. Up wanting…. A new in be……… Between……… Waiting rests arrested……… In the dark soup….. Song fish…… Sometimes only visible……. In the night sea by their own […]

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Dec 31 2011

A request for help

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Dear Friends – Happy New Year! I hope you all are having a wonderful holiday season. I am writing you now because my daughter Lila’s band of over 10 years, Rosin Coven, is nearing the final stages of our 3rd studio album, and we need your help. It is their best collection of music to […]

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Aug 01 2011

IN CREATING ART OUR HIGHEST SELVES COLLABORATE WITH THE DIVINE

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Responding to: In “Israelis Performing Wagner in Germany,” Isi Leibler, (pub: Aish, 8/1/2011.) condemns the orchestra’s choice to play a selection of Wagner’s (a rabid anti-Semite) music with music of Jewish composers Gustav Mahler and Felix Mendelssohn (banned by the Nazis) also being played,. Wagner is only one of many artists who have behaved badly, […]

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