Daily Rotation: Funny Girl, by James Mason

9 Oct

Sent to me by the dear, clear-eyed Kwami Coleman, PhD candidate in Musicology at Stanford. Click on his name to read his article on remixes of Messiaen, French composer, organist, and ornithologist! Birds and music?  Dude incorporated BIRDSONG transcriptions in most of his compositions! But this here song, brings a lot of cheer, on some soul groove type shiz:

Nandz & Kwamz

Nandz & Kwamz

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  1. Dialog Box #1: Conversations on Modality & Miles « bright lines - November 24, 2009

    […] lucky to know some smart people. This Sunday, I talked to my friend, musician & musicologist, Kwami Coleman, who resides in San Francisco, about modality in music. I’ve studied music a bit, namely violin, […]

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    […] lucky to know some smart people. This Sunday, I talked to my friend, musician & musicologist, Kwami Coleman, who resides in San Francisco, about modality in music. I’ve studied music a bit, namely violin, […]

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