Here is my third large improvisational piece. This is the longest one yet, measuring at about 50 minutes. I performed it in two acts, each without stopping. I meant to portray images starting from space down into the Earth’s core, some realistic, some fictional.
I am always trying to challenge myself with technical improvisational challenges; for example, today’s daily improvisation which is another step toward autonomy of my two hands. However, I would also like artistic challenges like this one. I know this blog doesn’t have that many readers; nonetheless I am opening it up to requests. Send me a message (my email address can be found on my about page) with the title of a song. If the title paints a picture that I like, I will attempt to paint the same picture with an improvisation.
Without further ado, here is Images no. 2:
- Friday Night in the City
- The Coal Plant
- Descending the Rock Ceiling
- Chant of the Underground Beasts
- Song of the Earth