The Heart of All Music: Poems about Music and Musicians, by Stanley Fefferman, Aeolus House, 2018. 52 pages. Fefferman’s poetry is a phenomenal verbal symphony of sound, lyricism, imagery, rhythm and reason. A former critic, he knows music with the … Continue reading
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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN New York , NY SET 1: The Curtain With > Runaway Jim, Waking Up Dead, Esther, Home, Brian and Robert, Nellie Kane, Colonel Forbin’s Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > David Bowie SET 2: Drowned > A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing , Harpua > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Golgi Apparatus, In The Good Old Summer Time ENCORE: The Wind Cries Mary … Continue reading
INTRODUCTION A light veil covers the hair and forehead of Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. That veil is the organizing image of Roark’s book Mona Lisa’s Veil:New and Selected Poems (1979-2001) where he reflects on ‘the beautiful’ in his life and … Continue reading
After reading Home Was Elsewhere, Stanley Fefferman’s debut book of poetry, the only question is why did he wait so long to invite us into his garden. The poems act as stepping stones leading us into and out of the … Continue reading
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In the spirit of the Sixties the TD Toronto Jazz Festival kicked off in the new location of Yorkville last night with a performance by Randy Bachman of the Guess Who and B.T.O. (Bachman/Turner Overdrive) fame. A special … Continue reading
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