14 June 2018


Unable to find a suitable brass player for the 24th; so be it.  I do need to prepare a flute part, now.  Or, well, tomorrow.

Struck up an acquaintance with a pianist in Philly.  And recalled that only two of my pieces for piano solo have ever been performed for an audience.

Triad concert this Sunday evening (the 17th).

Michael Joseph is playing an organ recital in Nashua on the 24th, which I can make.

And I pronounce the Dances Defiant done, both the Boston Harbor Heave-Ho (Tea Party Dance) and Revere’s Midnight Reel (War Dance).  They will make a good addition to programming here in Boston, in any event.


Jeffrey Smith said...

Perhaps a concluding Dorchester Heights Canon?
And rename the Revere Reel as Revere Galop.
Noun. galop (plural galops) A lively French country dance of the nineteenth century, a forerunner of the polka, combining a glissade with a chassé on alternate feet, usually in a fast 2/4 time.

Karl Henning said...

Galop is a good idea! although it does not suit the meter/rhythm of the present dance . . .

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