Thursday, March 03, 2011

My music; Admission free.

Later on, on the 8th of March, David will be hosting a recital for his students.
I will be represented there with three short pieces for piano and flute;
"Dracula's Gavotte", "Igor's Polka", and "Quasimodo's Dream Waltz".

This will take place in the Erickson theater at Seattle Central Community College.

"Dracula's Gavotte" is in 7/4 time.
"Igor's Polka" is 6/4,
and "Quasimodo's Dream Waltz" is 5/4.

The whole 6 minnit extravaganza is sometimes referred to as "Monster Mash".

This is neither a piano nor is it a flute


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane!
Your "violee" looks real neat!! How does it sound??
How can one waltz to 5/4 time??
Toi, toi, toi for your concert on 8 March, when I'll be on a plane to Deutschland.

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane!
Please pardon my bad short-term memory;your attractive instrument is a "vielle", not a "violee"; sorry!!!

2:50 PM  
Blogger Glenn Buttkus said...

The image is very classy.
But what does it sound like,
a mandolin, a viola, Steve
Martins oil can banjo?
Will you tape or video
your Monster Mash for here
and over on FB. Have fun
tomorrow night. I will be
coming back from Mt. Vernon,
with Sparkie, hoping his newly
acquired VW bus will make it
from the storage yard to my
place in Sumner; and then on
the 11th all the way to LA.

4:22 PM  
Blogger Lane Savant said...

There will be a video.

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane!
This is my last comment for the time being using an American keyboard.
My next comments will be on a keyboard where i can type Umlauts and S-Zets; but for now:
P.S. The LL sends regards to you, Meredith, and Keth, as usual.

1:58 PM  

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