XXV. DoubleDoubleDutch

Willem Brueker, Barney Wilen, Paul Termos, Benjamin Herman.

Instant Composers Pool:
http://www.icporchestra.com/musicians.htm

Ars Nova Workshop:

http://arsnovaworkshop.org/

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Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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5 Responses to XXV. DoubleDoubleDutch

  1. markweiss86 says:

    The Men Who Hate Muzak

  2. Mark Weiss says:

    mbira thumb piano mbizo dyanni dartmouth sardine can cellphonephotoop — the suffix “photoop” actually “photo op” sounds kinda dutch

  3. Mark Weiss says:

    I haven’t actually written my Brueker-Wilen-Termos-Herman post yet so it is a bit odd that I am footnoting it with a link to Wedge’s excellent ode to the recently deceased Dutch sax master:
    http://wedgeradio.wordpress.com/2010/08/08/willem-breuker-r-i-p/

    I recall a bumpersticker (in Feyna de Clerq’s kitchen) that read:
    YOU AIN’T MUCH IF YOU AIN’T DUTCH.

  4. markweiss86 says:

    Clifford Brown yesterday on KCSM played a new release of an old radio show for Art Blakey featuring Bobby Watson and others. I am confused about whether he said “Danish radio” in which case I was going to addend this to my post about Anne-Mette Iverson or here, if he said, correctly, “Dutch radio”. It is true, and I can verify from at least two reliable sources, Paula Kirkeby and Danny Scher –and from the man himself, that Tootie Heath — speaks excellent Dansk, not to digress too far, 400 miles (I looked it up and leading searchinjun maps and it is indeed 792 km):
    http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/news.php?id=78919

  5. markweiss86 says:

    And this is pretty far afield (except that this is actually about my “1001 Saxophone Nights” research) but Nola Restaurant in Palo Alto among its folk art collection (Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Lamar Sorrento) has something honoring Jimmy Castor a sax player that I had to look up, here):
    http://www.jimmycastor.com/home.html

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