At last! The hugely talented and inspiring Eve Beglarian and I managed to coordinate our schedules and talk about her new album, Tell The Birds, the ins and outs of being a human being, and lots more. I know the file size is pretty big, but since it’s music, I couldn’t bear to encode it at a smaller rate. Hope you can deal

I should also mention that Eve’s piece Making Hey has never been heard before—-a MikeyPod exclusive!

Music Featured:
Landscaping for Privacy from the album Tell The Birds
Making Hey previously unreleased
Solitude from The Story of B
Written on the Body from Twisted Tutu’s Play Nice

DiverseWorks Houston
Twisted Tutu
Pierre Louÿs
Phil Kline

6 thoughts on “MPOB62 | Composer Eve Beglarian

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    O Mikey! I love her already.

    All of the tracks are amazing. I loved Making Hey, the story behind that track is really awesome.

    Landscaping for Privacy, I think it’s my favorite. I loved it. That flying piano arpeggio hooked me – and I thought it was kinda fractal generated at first!

    I’m definitely getting the CD!

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    landscaping is my favorite track too! even though that piano part plugs along like that there is something really natural and hman and intimate about that piece as a whole. I know you would dig her work. I didn’t know how randomly the text for Making Hey was generated so after she sent it to me, i was trying to find some sort of theme in the text so i would have something to say to her about it. It’s funny that i did all that work and really it was just randomly generated text!

    you are tripping me out with this linux stuff, dude. seriously, that is like uber-geek stuff you got going on there.

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    This show smoked, sizzled and then caught fire like nothing I have listened to in a while. It was fantastic! Thanks Mike and Eve for a great one! You’re a keeper Eve.

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