My cousin George Boorman passed away suddenly on May 3rd, 2021. He was a special person, and I have a lifetime of fond memories of him. In this pandemic time, there couldn’t be an in-person memorial service, but there was a beautiful online one. When I heard of his passing, I had been composing piano pieces, and the last three were all done thinking of him. “One For George” was played at the memorial. There are two others in this group. It is my small tribute to a wonderful life, and a wonderful man, whose positivity, spirit of adventure, love of life, and generosity to everyone he met, will live on.
Here’s to you George!
It has been a most difficult, intriguing, weird, and often very sad year. However, I have been composing again, different genres, many ideas, as usual, and will begin posting music to this blog soon.
Why not reflect the chaos all around you? That is what art is all about.
BTW, it’s a great time for creative art. So much chaos equals opportunity.
Grab it while you can!
And a little music to hum while you do it…..
Sauntering down a country road. Looking through the viewfinder.
Fields all around you. Adjust for past, present and future.
Too close for comfort.There the future is.
Look in the mirror. The past has become the present and future.
Time to rise up. Plant seeds. First.
Some new music….JB