- Poem of the week: The Tides by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- The final two lines are a Shakespearean coda alloyed onto the Petrarchan rhyme scheme, and so the rhythm says: the stresses advance with steady suddenness in three wavelets, until 'I'm' borne up on the calmly feminine final syllable. I don't think I'm ...
- Dark Star by Oliver Langmead – taking noir too far
- Dark Star is an SF epic poem heavily influenced by noir detective stories, written in four-line-long stanzas of iambic pentameter, and set on a world called Vox whose sun doesn't give out light. Let's have that again.
- Topeka Festival Singers to give voice to poem meant to be sung
- It's a very conversational, flowing approach, rather syllabic and direct. So I used a musical approach that was similar, for most ... So I used it as a bit of an introduction, some interludes and a coda at the end.
- 20 great songs orphaned by their namesake albums
- The recent spate of Led Zeppelin reissues has made it clear how few real “bonus tracks” the group left behind—in part because most of its leftover songs either ended up on the posthumous collection Coda or on the 1975 album Physical Graffiti.
- Review: The Sinatra Century | Dallas Symphony Orchestra | Morton H. Meyerson
- As gently reedy as his tenor saxophone, Stigers' vocal treatment of the Sinatra catalogue was an effortless and errorless mixture of boisterous accent, syllabic triplets and vibrato ornament.
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