Friday, July 16, 2010
July 16 - Icumen In
There's finally enough order in the adjunct library that there are clear aisles north-south and east-west forming an L with respect to the access from the rest of the house. As for the rest... well, it's definitely still an ongoing project. And out the door, blazingly/sunnily toasty inland, we go to call San Anselmo postoffice to arrange for rendezvous next week, pick up the August 2010 issue of 21st-Century Music in Berkeley, review SFSound's solo/duo acoustic/electric concert in dramatically dreary/frigid
San Francisco (specifically the Community Music Center), with
Matt Ingalls (Hadley evidently otherwise engaged),
John Ingle, et. al. (report in 21st-centurymusic.blogspot.com Monday, Commuter Times on Friday, and by September 1 at 21st-centurymusic.com and in print) -- sitting with Patti Deuter and friend, and chatting with Adam Broner and friend, returning through heavy 37 traffic, to do progressive-score videos for
San Rafael News: III. Death Catch and
X. Sylvia Dryer, posting on YouTube. Surely somewhere in there, do first two pages of publication-preparation of Symphony 2: II (part 2) -- a lot of twos... and make ready to post Antigone: XVIII. It's You on Facebook. Oh, yes, also check the Goat Hall mail for Harriet (brief hands-hands free call over the bridge, and some financial greetings upon arrival) and catch up with Miriam while her all-baroque internet radio station is playing an intriguing early-clarinet roccoco Stamitz piece).