Picasso’s Dove of Peace

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My thoughts for the opening tableau are of a sweet little bird incredibly high in the sky, solo, soaring and singing, to be joined by another in duet.
I found a melody, abstract and yet sweet for the little bird yesterday. Every time I listen, it seems to satisfy my parameters for an opening so far. This is good…..

I hope to find a way to develop the interaction for the two birds in duet today.

It’s funny how working on the bird swarm theory a couple of months ago led to this.

“The mystery of the imagination is a way to touch one’s soul.” – Hank Hehmsoth



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One Response to Picasso’s Dove of Peace

  1. Sagar says:

    I actually found this more enaittrening than James Joyce.

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