Jazz Without Rhythm - Delius 

Waking up to "A Walk to the Paradise Garden" -

As a former dancer I was always a rhythm hound. But 20+ years ago Errol introduced me to a world of musical sensuousness that destroyed my old prejudice for a good beat. It was the music of Frederick Delius, English/German/Cosmopolitan(!)/temporarily American composer, who reveled in the tropics of Central Florida at the end of the 19th century, as I do now.  It had the feel of jazz, but without being harnessed by a beat. The lush harmonies evoke untapped…

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New Halloween Release!

Airplay for GWDK Theme

Women of Subtance Podcast #1296

The theme I wrote, "Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind," for the 2012 documentary "Marii Hasegawa: Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind" (seen on PBS and other venues) airs on WOSRadio podcast as part of their War and the Pursuit of Peace program. Marii Hasegawa was a remarkable Japanese-American peace activist who was held in a Japanese Internment Camp during WWII.

"Terror-Bite Tango (aka Gettin' Down for the Count)" resurfaces for Halloween!

Your Device, Transylvania

The danceable soundtrack for your Halloween thrills. For monsters of any age.

Mothers of the Revolution film using The Cosmopolitans' "(How to Keep Your) Husband Happy"

New Zealand and the World

Briar March's film about the Cold War protest - the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp - titled "Mothers of the Revolution," will include the Cosmopolitans' song "(How to Keep Your) Husband Happy." The film is due out in the Fall of 2021.

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