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daily kaddish: for Lev Kogan’s “Kaddish”

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Mira and I have been writing about being all kaddished out, and part of that grim reality is that I’m all “Kaddish”ed out. I’m tired of the piece already. Tonight I’m playing something else. So there. Continue reading

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I’m all kaddished-out, she said… — the real secret of mourning rituals…

I know I brought this up on my last post — the one on suicides — about just feeling all kaddished-out.  And then, hearing of Randy’s suicide, feeling that there was more to say. Much more.  But then even that … Continue reading

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daily kaddish: for Lev Kogan on his Yahrtzeit

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The “kaddish in two-part harmony” project takes Lev Kogan’s “Kaddish” for solo horn as its musical focal point. Kogan died on this day in 2007. Continue reading

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daily kaddish: for lev kogan

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A Kaddish for the composer of this project’s “Kaddish” for solo horn, Lev Kogan, who died in 2007. Continue reading

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