Friday, June 15, 2018

Here and now

Fourths, the musical interval, are called "The American Interval". Clearly they have been around since time immemorial, but we sure put them to good use.



You can see Edgar Meyer in the background thinking "Man, this I, I, I, IV, IV, etc. gets old - someone hand me my bow. Turn me loose, get out of my way!"

This morning's sunrise was a tiny compared to yesterday's, but still a happy occasion:


And there it is.


5 comments:

windbag said...

Man, I was going to link this in your post last night. Glad you found it and posted it. Here's Thile and Meyer on their own. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xeLXC5Ph98

Sixty Grit said...

Nice studio!

edutcher said...

There's also his sister, "Yo Mama".

(had to)

ricpic said...

A Kurt Day

A tiny sunrise, a tiny sunset and a work day sandwiched between.
So goes our tiny life: which is quick eaten; which is quick seen.

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