To say that yesterday’s improvisations and works were outstanding is an understatement. I was left quite impressed to say the least.
A quick note: Its perfectly fine to premiere new works and old improvisations to ImprovFriday. I’m sure improvisational techniques go into your compositions and if its an old improvisation, who cares? Of course Jeffrey Harrington’s ImprovFriday mp3 radio is for improvisational works made for ImprovFriday. The reason I bring this up is because if you don’t put the ImprovFriday notice up in your post (#improvfriday for Twitter), I’m not sure if you were meaning for the work to be part of the event which is important to know when I get around to blogging. I don’t want to leave anyone out.
The wonderful list of music from July 3, 2009:
Jukka-Pekka Kervinen – Sequence
David Toub – Two Rhythmic Spaces
Lee Noyes, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, JC Combs The Man Who Lives Inside the Piano Finds a Hornet’s Nest – Accompanying Libretto
Charles Turner – Siegfried Scales an Alp
JC Combs – Patriotic Dissent (4th of July Medley)
Paul Hertz – The Soul of an Empty Room
Benjamin Smith – Improvisation, July 3, 2009