onsdag, januari 03, 2007


Ok, so the basic framework for my next V. Sjöberg album has been circulating in my head for the last couple of weeks and it is getting closer to completion. The actual theme will somewhat similar to the theme of "On a winter's day", but the focus and the actual presentation will be very different.
And while "On a winter's day" was held together by one main musical theme, this album will be divided into four.
Preparations have commenced, recordings should be able to start whenever I find the time to enlist my studio technician/hired hand musician Jonas Odhner.

Note #1:

Main Entry: har·mo·ny
Pronunciation: 'här-m&-nE
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -nies
Etymology: Middle English armony, from Anglo-French armonie, from Latin harmonia, from Greek, joint, harmony, from harmos joint -- more at ARM
1 archaic : tuneful sound : MELODY
2 a : the combination of simultaneous musical notes in a chord b : the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords c : the science of the structure, relation, and progression of chords
3 a : pleasing or congruent arrangement of parts a painting exhibiting harmony of color and line b : CORRESPONDENCE, ACCORD lives in harmony with her neighbors c : internal calm : TRANQUILLITY
4 a : an interweaving of different accounts into a single narrative b : a systematic arrangement of parallel literary passages (as of the Gospels) for the purpose of showing agreement or harmony

Note #2:
Main Entry: rhythm
Pronunciation: 'ri-[th]&m
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle French & Latin; Middle French rhythme, from Latin rhythmus, from Greek rhythmos, probably from rhein to flow -- more at STREAM
1 a : an ordered recurrent alternation of strong and weak elements in the flow of sound and silence in speech b : a particular example or form of rhythm
2 a : the aspect of music comprising all the elements (as accent, meter, and tempo) that relate to forward movement b : a characteristic rhythmic pattern ; also : 1METER 2 c : the group of instruments in a band supplying the rhythm -- called also rhythm section
3 a : movement, fluctuation, or variation marked by the regular recurrence or natural flow of related elements b : the repetition in a literary work of phrase, incident, character type, or symbol
4 : a regularly recurrent quantitative change in a variable biological process a circadian rhythm -- compare BIORHYTHM
5 : the effect created by the elements in a play, movie, or novel that relate to the temporal development of the action