Sunday, November 19, 2017
Music is the heart of the mind
When you add words onto this music, sung or spoken, then these words have their own meaning, their own syntax and these lexical and syntactic combinations are amplified in a way or another, positively or negatively, by the music itself.
I celebrate here many composers and many styles, many periods and many genres. Most of the various sections of this document refer to wider, at times a lot wider, documents that may count many dozen pages or even a few hundred pages.
Patience and persistence – equanimity in one word – have to be your two bread and butter, bread and water, butter and cheese (with bread if possible), cheese and fruit and I am sure many of you will see many different meanings in my way of looking at things.
Enjoy then this forest of many different trees, including Lao She’s reverie trees that only grow on Mars. Some pages are in French, which is good for dreaming.
Dr. Jacques COULARDEAU
Music, Benjamin Britten, Classical Music, Leonard Cohen, ópera, David Bowie and music and Belmondo Family
Friday, November 17, 2017
My very City Urban Reindeerboy from Sweden
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Lust in the political garb of predators
His lust to assuage
But serves to upstage
The sins of the POTUS