Retreat – First Mix


This one came to me on the morning of September 7, 2015… It’s been stewing for weeks now, bubbling up in my consciousness every now and then. It always calms and centers me, whenever it arises. Recorded with Loopy on iOS. Arranged & processed in Logic X.

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Little 1 – Heartbeats Mix


2015 March 15: added Milena’s sonogram of Kinich’s heartbeat in her womb, and little Sophia greeting me at the end. Also, added a gentle, subtle beat (kick, snare, two rides). And finally got around to transcribing the monologue, which was inspired by hearing the thrush of little Kinich’s developing heartbeat, and upon which the whole […]

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Raga Aire


I found myself singing this melody after listening (several times) to Craig Pruess & Dya Singh’s album “Sacred Chants of the Sikhs,” in which Singh sings the most beautiful, powerful melodies. I know that Sheila Chandra connected Indian and Celtic melodies many years ago, but this was the first time that I discovered the connection […]

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The Interplay of “Sight,” “Sound,” and “Spirit”


Interesting to compare the number of times that the words “sight,” “sound,” and “spirit” appear in published English-language books over the centuries. They’re all pretty tight until 1800, when “spirit” jumped way ahead, peaking around 1850. In contrast, for the entire 19th century, “sight” and “sound” held steadily together, until 1900, when instances of “sight” […]

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The Eleven: A Close Encounter


The Eleven: A Close Encounter Where: Fort Worth Community Art Center 1300 Gendy Fort Worth, TX 76107 Open Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm Opening Reception: Friday, December 6, 6pm-9pm Exhibit runs December 6-28, 2013 The Eleven is a multidimensional and collaborative art exhibit. Artist Libba Davis began to see vivid, recurring symbols in her dreams in 2012. While contemplating […]

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