Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Pictures on Silence

I really loved this quote by Leopold Stokowski. 



Once we "paint" on the silence, there is still nothing tangible about music except in recording it. With every work of art—whether painting, sketch, sculpture, watercolor, collage or textile—there is at least a momentary something you can feel and look at. 

With music, it only exists in the moment it is created and we cannot feel it except with our hearts. We cannot hold it, except with our memory. 

Recording music is a way to feel it again and again and again... 

If you haven't already (and THANK YOU if you have!), please consider pre-purchasing my new album while I am still running my campaign. You can be a part of this creation... lend a stroke to the musical canvas of this new album.

In gratitude,
Sirgun

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