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Music Primer for baritone and hammer dulcimer sets the first ten lines of Lou Harrison's poetic 1971 prose book Lou Harrison's Music Primer. It was written for Thomas Buckner and reflects musically on the time the composer spent living in the San Francisco Bay Area, a place where Mr. Buckner also spent a number of important years. The piece is divided into ten sections - one for each line - and allows a good deal of improvisation and interpretive freedom.


from Tonalization (for the afterlife), released November 11, 2011
Thomas Buckner, baritone; Dan Joseph, hammer dulcimer


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Dan Joseph New York, New York

Dan Joseph is a free-lance composer based in New York City. He began his career in the early ‘80s as a drummer in the vibrant punk scene of his native Washington, DC and was later active in the experimental tape music underground. Moving to California in the early ‘90s, he completed his academic work at CalArts and Mills College. ... more

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