Sunday, May 18, 2014


May 11, 2014
Francesca da Rimini - Tchaikovsky - Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam, Bernard Haitink
Its gaze is steady. It looks neither to right nor left. It bears in, observes, moves on.
Serenade in E-flat - Strauss - Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz
Sonata in A - Franck - Zino Francescatti, Robert Casadesus
Variations on America - Ives - David Di Fiore [from The Grand Organ of the Castle Church of St. Catherine Kremnica vol. 2]
The declamation gleefully and completely overwhelms any sense of  continuity - the segments of theme are allowed to hang in space, brazen in glory. The next is not moved to, progressed toward, pointed at, or otherwise sullied - there it is WHAM!
Who Broke The Lock - Standard Quartette  [from Allen Lowe's That Devilin' Tune]
The Easy Winners - Scott Joplin - William Albright
May 12, 2014
Chamber Symphony #1 - Schoenberg - Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta
A fever dream inside Mahler's bag of holding.
Polka de W.R. - Rachmaninov - Vladimir Horowitz [from Horowitz in Moscow]
Roman Sketches - Griffes - Micheal Lewin
In Session at the Tintinabulary
May 11, 2014
Crestline 140511 - Keith Eisenbrey
May 13, 2014
Narration from A Cat's Life - Olivia Sterne
May 10-15, 2014
Your Mother Should Know - Your Mother Should Know
Neal and Karen spent the week recording their album with Jake Thompson. The first few days were at Pouch's rehearsal space in Fre-lard, but they spent several days here at the Tintinabulary as well.
May 31, 2014 - 8:30 PM
Your Mother Should Know - Highdive, Seattle
with Ancient Warlocks, Tom price Desert Classic, On the Ground, and Ian Grunfeld
 June 27, 2014 - 8 PM
Banned Rehearsal Celebrates 30 Years of Noise
Chapel Performance Space, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle

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