Suffering in 7/8, thanks to the Growing Communities veg bag:
You’re no good for decent folk,
Like Jesus, that holy bloke,
My wind and metèr are broke,
I used to do Eleanor Rigby with a band in 7=3+2+2/8, and Peter Silk is now making free with her in a different way:
To The Tune of Eleanor Rigby:
Jam on a hamster
Lovingly wrapped in a parcel of pelican wings
Breakfast of kings
— Peter Silk (@KestrelPi) February 3, 2016
To the tune of Eleanor Rigby:
Dog in a trenchcoat
Getting promoted at work but then sheds his disguise
— Peter Silk (@KestrelPi) October 27, 2016
♫ Oh the grand old gloop of blop
♫ He hrooped 1000 glups
♫ He blupped them up to the blip of the blap
♫ And he glipped them blup blap bloop
— Spooky Toad (@FrogCroakley) November 1, 2016
Which is roughly where I am this morning.
- Irregular rhythmic irregularity in southern German music
How to write pastiche inconsistent non-isochronous subdivision for mechanical organ. With metrical analysis of the notes inégales in a bit of the Furtwängler recording of Mozart’s Gran Partita.
A new translation of Joan Maragall’s poem about the anarchist bombing of the Barcelona Opera in 1893, and a limerick by the monkey.
- Whatever became of Christian Lehmann, pioneering Petersburg Shrovetide zookeeper, Pierrot, illusionist, showman?
Newly uncovered evidence shows that, following the fire which destroyed his Russian theatrical business in 1836, he and his family pursued a career in London and Europe, before repeating their Petersburg triumphs in the USA and Australia. Also, a very curious copyright case.
- I know where your house lives, but sometimes the front door’s a struggle
Featuring Abel and Marguerite Chevalley and their Concise Oxford French Dictionary.
- Juggernaut, harvest king
Soundscaping the ERO Grapeliner SF200 self-propelled grape-harvesting machine.