To paraphrase Paul Veléry (Moralités, 1932), if science is the
accumulation of procedures that are invariably reliable, then
all the rest is literature.  

If this is so, music must surely be a sorcery that dares to
explore the indescribable.  With apologies to Valéry, I
welcome you to my conjuring.

                                                                 Donald Bohlen


ETHOS Presents...The Music of Donald Bohlen – An Evening of Chamber Music, in honor of the composer’s 75th birthday

Wednesday, October 14, 2009
8 p.m., Rosch Recital Hall on the SUNY Fredonia campus

Songs and Doubles (Angela Haas, soprano; Andrew Seigal, clarinet; Anne Kissel, piano)
Prologue, Arioso and Variants (Janet Sung, violin)
Exordium, Book 1 (Sean Duggan, piano)


Copyright © 2008 Donald Bohlen.

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