October 25 - Cleans Up Well
feverishly printing out and delivering Quiz 10 to the Theoreticians, with musical examples drawn from George Gershwin, Kurt Weill, Sergei Prokofiev, and Anton Webern. Lab time thereafter, making Tritone / Garishtone recordings of The Decameron - Second Day: Novels II. Rinaldo d'Asti Is Robbed and III. Allesandro Falls in with an Abbott.
Bit of a delay,
but eventually through the Caldecott to
Allan Crossman's for a Goat Hall Fresh Voices XIII
then homeward through the moonish-sunlit wilds of
Albany, et. al., doing the pdf of Lot in Life: III (page 4), composing The Decameron - Third Day: IV. "Dom Felice Has a Good Time with Fra Puccio's Wife"(6) and Variation V of Mairzy Variations.
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