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.
- Juggernaut, harvest king
Soundscaping the ERO Grapeliner SF200 self-propelled grape-harvesting machine.
A new translation of Joan Maragall’s poem about the anarchist bombing of the Barcelona Opera in 1893, and a limerick by the monkey.
- 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.