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Readers for August 5 Syllable: A Reading Series

Donna Fleischer

 

Sunday, August 5th      Little River Restoratives, Hartford, CT       7:00 pm

 

Featuring poets and writers Tess Scriptunas, Donna Fleischer,
Danielle Bonanno, Andrew Altamirano, and alexandria hicks,
with music by Lake Geneva

 

Little River Restoratives
405 Capitol Ave.
Hartford, CT
(860) 403-0340
lrrhartford.com

Source: Readers for August 5 Syllable Series | Syllable: A Reading Series

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Gilbertson Guitar Concerto Mov. I (excerpt) – YouTube

K.D. Lang Doesn’t Have to Indulge Your Constant Cravings – The New York Times

Sleep by Max Richter on Spotify | kottke

Composer Max Richter released Sleep in 2015, but it only recently became available on streaming platforms: Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, Tidal. The album is 8 hours and 24 minutes long and was designed by Richter as a sleep aid/accompaniment. The composer worked with neuroscientist David Eagleman to align the music with the brain & body’s natural sleep rhythms.

A snack-sized version of Sleep is also available: From Sleep, which clocks in at a mere hour long.

Source: Max Richter’s Sleep, an 8-hour album designed to be listened to while you sleep

 

Joan Baez on Her Next Chapter: ‘I Don’t Make History, I Am History’ – The New York Times

Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan on Vimeo

Haiku Requiems – Icebox

Jenkins’ Requiem First Movement:

 

–  in Jenkins’ Requiem movement 8: Now as a spirit
人魂(ひとだま)で 行く気散じや 夏野原
Now as a spirit
I shall roam
the summer fields
Hokusai 北斎
(Edo, 18-19th, ukiyo-e artist)

and in movement 10
Having seen the moon
月も見て我はこの世をかしく哉
Having seen the moon
even I take leave of this life
with a blessing

Chiyo-ni 千代尼
(Matto, Kaga, 18th, most famous haiku poetess)

Source: Haiku Requiems | Icebox

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