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and it burns, burns, burns

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the ring of fire.
14th Nov 2005, 22:20   | tags:comments (2)


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9th Nov 2005, 22:40   | tags:comments (1)

weather guitar

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Weather Guitar by Simon Blackmore

from the leaflet:

"Wind speed and direction affect the rhythm and timing of the notes. The speed of the propeller in the measuring device determines the number of notes plucked per minute - one hundred revolutions of the propeller result in one hundred notes per minute."

"Music generated by natural forces is as old as mankind. One of the earliest examples is the Aeolian harp, an instrument which is played by the wind. Blackmore says, 'It is my hope that this lonesome guitar adds to this tradition in a humorous and playful way.'"

Sadly, the guitar was installed after the recent freak tornadoes we've had here in the city. Although I doubt the guys who had their roof blown off were feeling particularly humorous or playful anyway.

During my visit it managed 3 plucks, although the tantalising potential as you waited for it to spring into life was almost enough. Almost.

at the Ikon Gallery until 13th November

browsing the web

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9th Oct 2005, 06:17   | tags:,,,comments (1)

cheap seats

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Bizet's Carmen at the Symphony Hall.

They had the doors shut.

Sakari Oramo has real style.

Don Jose is pathetic and deserves everything he doesn't get.

25th Sep 2005, 21:43   | tags:,,,comments (10)


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Me to the bench. The metaphorical distance between now and autumn.

Come on, come on, come on.

11th Sep 2005, 22:43   | tags:,,comments (0)

last train to clark's

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11th Sep 2005, 22:40   | tags:,comments (2)

perpetual swing

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Swings: the gift that just keeps on giving. Another installment in the
seemingly/hopefully endless series.
11th Sep 2005, 22:06   | tags:comments (0)