Saturday, May 25, 2013



May 19, 2013
Banned Couple 15 - Banned Rehearsal

May 21, 2013
Banned Couple 16 - Banned Rehearsal
Banned Rehearsal 595 - (December 2000, Karen Eisenbrey, Keith Eisenbrey, Anna K, Aaron Keyt, Neal Meyer)

Cape Alava, Olympic National Park - Summer 2010
Washes and sloshes. We were riffing last night on the possibility that crows are not particles but waves, and that the crows we see are merely the results of creative interference patterns in otherwise invisible crow-waves. Likewise the calls of crows could be the audible residue of a separate set of such interference patterns among crow-call-waves. What fauna might arise from the joining of tamtam, ocean drum, spring drum, tingly bell, and autoharp strum?

In Session at the Tintinabulary

May 20, 2013
Gradus 226 - Neal Meyer

If music is a mode of social intercourse then in thinking of any particular music episode we can consider the dynamics of that intercourse as perceived from various pertinent points of view, or as to how that intercourse resolves in terms of those points of view. One dynamic is the creative postulation of an other (or set of others) by each participant, which postulation is only partly dependent on the imposed role of that participant within the normative social paradigm of the situation, as we might choose to view it. We can, for instance, postulate a being, an other, out of the particulars of the sound, which other might be wholly separate from, or partly or wholly integrated with, the identity of the other who is a fellow participant.

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