Monday, October 30, 2017

poetry and fame cans

Early life and education[edit]

Galway was born in East Belfast near the Belfast docks as one of two brothers. His father, who played the flute, was employed at the Harland and Wolff shipyard until the end of World War II and spent night-shifts cleaning buses after the war, while his mother, a pianist, was a winder in a flax-spinning mill. Surrounded by a tradition of flute bands and many friends and family members who played the instrument, he was taught the flute by his uncle at the age of nine and joined his Fife and drum corps; at the age of eleven he won the junior, senior and open Belfast flute Championships in a single day. His first instrument was a five-key Irish flute, and at the age of twelve or thirteen, he received a Boehm instrument. He left school at the age of fourteen and worked as an apprentice to a piano repairer for two years.[3][4][5]
He subsequently went to London to study the flute at the Royal College of Music under John Francis and then at the Guildhall School of Music under Geoffrey Gilbert. He then studied at the Paris Conservatoire under Gaston Crunelle and Jean-Pierre Rampal and also privately with Marcel Moyse.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

After his education he spent fifteen years as an orchestral player.[6]
He has played with Sadler's Wells OperaCovent Garden Opera, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.[6] He auditioned for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Herbert von Karajan, and was principal flute of that orchestra from 1969 to 1975. To Karajan's surprise and dismay, after a period of some disagreement, Galway decided that he would leave to pursue a solo career.[7][page needed]
In addition to his performances of the standard classical repertoire, he features contemporary music in his programmes, including new flute works commissioned by and for him by composers including David AmramMalcolm ArnoldWilliam BolcomJohn CoriglianoJohn Wolf Brennan, Dave Heath, Lowell Liebermann and Joaquín Rodrigo. The album James Galway and The Chieftains in Ireland by Galway and The Chieftains reached number 32 in the UK Albums Chart in 1987.[8]




tyneeha rivers

kate costello



charles parish

metairie vetenrians

ji yan, a faculty at ohio state university

Thursday, October 19, 2017

what we do to fulfill

anytime,
anyday
you could sail away
in a moment of doubt

wordpress free
blogger free
worry free
live free

New Orleans, she is pretty
Atlanta, she is tough
Annapolis, she is witty
Helena, she is romantic

places greet
people help
Octivia, Nashville, Webster, Rosa, State, Broadway,
all roads are open plate for us to walk and drive

God is great
so does Fatima
James Edgar is sweet
so does John Nicklow and Michael Fitts


Tuesday, October 17, 2017

very profound places and super promising talents

today I google myself up
finding myself in Miami
and I begin to grin
ear to ear
for my huge freedom

when i type a few words
they tickle me with agreement
wow, what fun it is to ride on a poetry wagon
and carry your story books all over the world

say yes to these,
they are Bismarck, Phoenix, Las Vegas,
they are Bolder, Denver, Boise, Portland,
they could be Cleverland, Lincoln, Pierre,

so, we do try harder,
hearing Topeka, Des Moines, Raleigh, Montgomery,
reminding friends to write themselves out, aloud,
doing travels from Santa Fe, Saint Paul, Cheyenne,

i stop at Salt Lake city
feeling sweet
cold weather hits
I feel the icy bone inside despite the good green trees at Carson City

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Monday, August 14, 2017

short story slam week 73, Sorem style and Wilson fasion

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Image result for kayla hale  kayla hale

Image result for amy schachle  amy schachle

Image result for laura hockett   laura hockett

   matthew donahue

Image result for ana trujano  ana trujano
 Image result for tom ososkie  tom ososkie

Image result for marianne blair   marianne blair

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interesting stuff today
Jimmy's egg is cracked broken
a spill liters the town hall

Charles Katzenmeyer writes purple flag
Dennis Reilley, Cindy Reilley, Ross and Billie McKnight back up basketball games
Donald Reynolds, Johnston Murphy, Doyle Williams, Benson Baty, they sell salted water

a text sent to Terry Coats,
James and Casey both dance Wilson-Short Washington steps
we call hard, trying to impress Amy Schachle, Allyson Eskitch, and Lisa Rowe

never mind the disagreement in frown brows
never mind James Sorem's watchful eyes,
do drive, eat, and laugh

if Murphy Aqie and Susan Goldman-Moore won't mind supporting Abbey Wood,
Tom L. Wu and Emily Wang, including Bing Cheng, Grace Lu, they opt for peace
and do good deeds to Ryan Lane, Joshua Mabee, Michelle Hendrickson

a good name here,  jim sorem, james mccormick, james kingfisher, michael mosher
Tom Arnold, Allyson Eskitch, Tyrrell Conway, Marianne Blair, tom ososkie,
Laura Hockett, Matt Donahue, Peyton Cook, William Potter, ana trujano





Thursday, July 6, 2017

short story slam week 70, 71, y-chapel, and education in higher ground

story of the week 71, july 6 to july 23, 2017  


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eph ehly, orchestra conductor, 2017, june 25, oklahoma summer arts institute orchestra

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phillip mann, robert kerr performing art center, june 17, 2017

julie cohen, david boren, timonthy long


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music is a way to rest well
poetry writing does wonders too
travel to mountain high
swimming to ocean deep

today
I say
walk through the long bridge of Eugene Bulter and
pray for Scott Jackson, John Clinton, Eric Garcia, sway