Woodwinding

Posted by on Sep 9, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Woodwinding

The body is made of hardwood, thin and strong-walled. Its long, rounded shape has an opening at the top where the air comes in and out.

Clipt Tript

Posted by on Sep 8, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Clipt Tript

After all my work-trip babble, my mouth wants to dwell in short, clipped phrases, bits and pieces, some cousin of a Southeast Asian language.

Retreived

Posted by on Sep 7, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Retreived

Voice, hiding down below all the business words of the day. Body, mostly unremembered.

Wasting Time

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Wasting Time

Then, once we get past the burly bouncer of the productive mind, we enter another reality. When you sing, you are an instrument of breath, resonance and vibration.

Sneeze 15

Posted by on Sep 5, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Sneeze 15

The dust grabs onto a big inhale and tickles its way down the breathing trail
Twitches my nose and gives fair warning that soon a healthy sized sneeze will be swarming

Rooms

Posted by on Sep 4, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Rooms

Which room beckons you to stay longer and which do you want to leave quickly? Does your song itself change upon entering some rooms?

Counted

Posted by on Sep 3, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Counted

How familiar and common to our ears is the beat of four. How lyrical and romantic the three. How initially odd and then quirkily seductive is the five, not to mention the seven.

Infusing

Posted by on Sep 2, 2011 in Sing15: Will's Year | No Comments
Infusing

Masaru Emoto is that man who did experiments to see what would happen to the crystalline structure of water if he did things like place positive words on the outside.