Here are Theme 101 and Theme 102, two parts of a small suite. Hope you like them.
The first composition, below, Theme 52, is probably the first “song” I ever wrote, assisted by Bruce Markkula, when I was about 18 years old. A guitar duet, I recreated it with garage band pianos. The second is Theme 74, which I call “Turn Around” because the tiny first line, which recurs, sounds like that.
And for those of you who appreciate history and religion…
A piece of Deep Thoughts music (Theme 63) to read by, and two Poems.
A couple of new poems and songs from June and July 2020, courtesy of Covid-19.
Good old Theme 122:
And Theme 123: This one actually makes me laugh in the middle.
And Theme 119, with drums.
If the first is too frenetic for your taste, the second will calm you back down. Theme 116, then Theme 115:
Theme 113, with a flute and trombone.
My new butterfly record is of Zizula cyna, a tiny subtropical blue that should not be here. It was taken near the Section 16 Trail, as the label says. I will go back this summer to see if it might persist in that environment. It is not particularly unusual to find stray subtropical butterflies in Colorado, but one this tiny is hard to imagine. Perhaps it came on a car with travelers, but if so, it flew hundreds of yards to the locality in which I found it. So, maybe…