Waning Gibbous After Thanksgiving

After a great, but hectic, holiday, I spent a little while today looking at the moon and doing a new harmonitronica piece, “Waning Gibbous.” It’s one of those that began with one idea and mutated completely into at least two others, with the result being almost eight minutes long. Maybe it’s actually three separate pieces? That’s the fun thing about improvisation; in some ways I’m as much of a spectator as anyone else. In any case, it’s this week’s contribution to ImprovFriday.

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