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Video: “Rango’s Tango”

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Development

The topic of form came up while catching up with a friend yesterday, more specifically how music tends to develop after the initial theme or themes have been established. It’s literally called the development section in music theory textbooks. It got me thinking about the role of growth and development in our own lives and […]

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Video: “Parade of Two”

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Video: “Marigold”

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Video: “Around the Bend”

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Improv-a-day: August 10th (Group Hurdy-Gurdy, 1:00)

Now I know what a giant homemade hurdy-gurdy and 4 people sounds like.

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Improv-a-day: August 9th (Running and Body Percussion, 0:46)

Made some music with my sneakers this morning.

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Improv-a-day: August 8th (Clarinet Backstage, 0:38)

Recorded backstage before a show in Sherbrooke, QC.

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Improv-a-day: August 6th (Pocket and Walking 0:12)

Recorded as a test if I could keep my iPhone in my pocket while playing saxophone without hearing disturbance, this ended up being a discovered improvisation and fell more into the nature of this project.

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Improv-a-day: August 5th (Folk Clarinet, 0:25)

My response to all the world/folk clarinet I’ve been hearing over the past few weeks.

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    A Canadian currently residing in New York City, award winning composer, soprano sax and woodwind performer Rob Mosher unites interpreted and improvised music.

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