why patterns?

there was a time when I was too busy or too impatient to appreciate Morton Feldman’s music. But on long late autumn nights here in Berlin I have no time for impatience. I can go the distance. “Why Patterns” has been my late night theme song lately. Ok, at 29 minutes or so that’s a long theme song but whatever.

And yes Ms. B, I am READY for the fondue pot…but I don’t know how to play bridge!

/s

Comments (3) to “why patterns?”

  1. I don’t know how to play bridge either…..but based on the memories of my parents’ parties it usually involves a floor length Hawaiian print dress for the hostess and a cool turtleneck for the host along with mass quantities of hard alcohol…no mixers needed.

  2. I don’t know how to play bridge either…..but based on the memories of my parents’ parties it usually involves a floor length Hawaiian print dress for the hostess and a cool turtleneck for the host along with mass quantities of hard alcohol…no mixers needed…I actually don’t know if they ever got around to playing the game.

  3. Feldman is amazing. There’s a record of Aki Takahashi playing “Palais de Mari” that is so unbelievably beautiful it makes my head spin. Also–“Coptic Light,” which is a pretty late piece, is fairly unique for him, and worth digging.

    By the way–you read the new Monk biography Robin Kelley wrote? You’re on record as a fan.

    Keep up the beautiful music.

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