In Which The Truth About Cobalt, Wild Bluebirds and Speckled Egg is revealed…

The CBC NXNW microphone! Is it not round and beautiful?

The CBC NXNW microphone! Is it not round and beautiful?

Here’s just a wee postlet – I had great fun doing an interview with North by Northwest’s Sheryl MacKay a little while back.

We hung out and talked about my CD, Cobalt, and about wild bluebirds, wild blueberries, speckled eggs, what’s in a name, the compositional process, and various onomatopoetic sounds.

Speaking of onomatopoetic, my demonstration of what low bass strings sound like surprised me upon re-listening. Oy, what a sound. I’ll just call it “educational.” To me, not to the world at large.

Said interview may be found and linked/listened to below:

http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/British+Columbia/ID/2445580564/

More excerpts of the CD:

If you’ve read this far, well, your attention span is longer than mine. (And you’ve found the easter egg, if I may call it that…my next post is going to be about this January’s mysterious and thrilling VSO New Music Festival, so watch for that coming up soon…)

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