tonalchemy

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About tonalchemy

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  • Birthday 03/15/1955

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    Index, WA, USA
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    releasing my negative thoughts and welcoming all positive thought processes in. releasing my need to be clever. learning to sit with my fear. oh, and music. learning to open myself more fully to the music that exists in the universe.

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  1. This probably sounds arrogant or solipsistic but I find almost all of my music at the keyboard. There is little that stirs me besides the music that comes to me and the symphonic and chamber repertoire. Bach, Bach, more Bach, Dvorak, and Sibelius are the ones who most inspire me.
  2. consolation
  3. things for mostly strings
  4. Cool, man. I will do so once I figure out which pieces are going where.
  5. I notice that the "Classical/Symphonic" (THANK YOU FOR MAKING THAT DISTINCTION!!!! Just because an orchestra or orchestral instruments is/are used DOES NOT make it classical) has 0 pieces in it. Can I or should I contribute some pieces? I have a few unpublished pieces loafing around that I could get off the street.
  6. I and Rebekkah, host of At Water's Edge on Stillstream.com seem to have tapped into the same stream of consciousness, as she titled one of her shows "weather or not." coincidentally (?), i used that same title for one of my albums. i am tickled some garish but manly color to invite you all to listen in. instructions can be found at stillstream.com->Listen. ok, here's the good part: proceeds from this music and all of the music i've posted to bandcamp (http://danielrobertlahey.bandcamp.com/music) will go in their entirety to Earthship Seattle (earthshipseattle.org), an extension of Earthship Biotecture (earthship.org) in Taos, NM. (where entirety is defined as after bandcamp gets its pound of flesh) my son and his mother have the honor of hosting a demonstration site right in their driveway in Seattle. i have witnessed it and participated a bit in it, and it is...something wonderful. people taking garbage and putting it to good, sustainable use. (it's not as gross as it sounds, trust me) the cost of materials is staggering: $0 however, there are plenty of other needs that require money (Starbuck's, bus fares a hot shower after an arduous day of building earthships, etc., etc.) so this is where your donations will go. this feeling? it is not like pride. at all. it is gratitude for the privilege of using the music i've stumbled upon for something so very important and uplifting.