With the Passing of Time


Posted on: June 1, 2008

\POHST-lood\ | noun

1 : a closing piece of music; especially : an organ voluntary at the end of a church service
2 : a closing phase (as of an epoch or a literary work)

The first link is so not what I was expecting. It’s a summary about what happened at the UF Game Studies Conference. I know you were all dying to know about that event so click away.

The first picture is a sheet of music from the Evensong Suite for flute, clarinet, bassoon and piano.

I didn’t pull out my poor abandoned flute or my dusty keyboard to see what this sounded like. But the I can tell you the flute doesn’t play in the postlude portion of the suite so the ending could probably have been improved. :-) In fact, the flute doesn’t have a lot to do in this piece at all, which if you’re going to name a piece for a certain set of four instruments you should have all instruments involved. But I do find it cool that you can find stuff like this online (but of course you can, you can find anything online these days), and I might check out what else is on her site.


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Willingness to join soil, sound, hands; memory follows me ~ Viggo Mortensen
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