Saturday, February 21, 2009

From an Interview with Tessa Dick


What was Philip K. Dick’s relationship to music?

TD: Phil loved music. His first job was as a clerk in a record store (Art Music). He loved classical music first, but in the 1960s he discovered rock and roll. At one time he played a triangle in an ensemble put together by the avant-garde composer Harry Partch.

Now wouldn't that had been nice to listen and see!



Recent Additions to Our North American Embassy


Added to the Main Library
THE TONALITY OF THE GOLDEN SECTION-Walter O'Connell from Xenharmonikon 15 (1993)
also Selected Papers of George Secor

Larger pictures on the
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND TUNINGS page


Gendhing Canright added to the downloads page


DEPT OF OVERSEAS DISPATCH and other connected pages
Has recently been declassified


Two links added to the
LIBRARY OF PROGRESS page while it is in progress
(Best approached from there)


PRESENT EXHIBITION

Untitled piece related to the use of strings in anaphoria


an ever changing about page

Page replaces previous pages
THE JOURNAL OF ANAPHORIAN MUSIC THEORY
Plus about the journal page
link to score and recording of Little Big Horn


In the THE PRETER-NATIONAL GALLERY
http://anaphoria.com/galry.html
A Tapestry of THE HORIZONTAL FORMS OF VOWELS OF LONG DURATIONS
seen above


New page under construction
THE OFFICES OF THE 13 MINISTRIES

Saturday, February 14, 2009

There is no escaping Bureaucracy

The Principality thanks you for your e-mail.

We regret that we cannot by law recognise any entity which does not comply
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Some independent work of RMXO


This Southwestern Shaman has found the sounds of Anaphoria useful for his purposes.
a good cross section of his work here

Monday, February 2, 2009

The Whales of Anaphoria




The whales have been known to keep themselves propped up vertically out of the water for minutes. Everyone has seen them at one time or another. Even above on the cliffs. They are so large and their shape, their color cannot help but stand out from the waves. No one is quite sure how they do it. Figure it is some type of trick they have learned over time. Someone thought maybe they use the sunlight to heal themselves from the germs that cannot help to succumb to it.
And their songs are remarkably different from other places although the locals find nothing unusual in it. They have their horns they play back and forth with them from their boats. This has been going on for so long one can no longer tell one from the other. Or who learned from whom or how much from each other. In the water is the best place to listen, can you tell?