Saturday, September 17, 2016

Recording: "An Edible Sea Urchin Named Ulysses" for 2.5 String Quartets and Sonic Physibles.

"An Edible Sea Urchin Named Ulysses" 
for 2.5 String Quartets and Sonic Physibles. 
Recorded at Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti, Arizona, USA. 
Bil Smith Composer
On the significance of indeterminism for the problem of freedom of the will, I see it as, at best, not in contradiction to freedom, but possibly compromising responsibility, which requires causality. 

With that, new launches are entering into a radically more competitive 
sonic ecosystem. Two point five string quartets say nothing of the expenditure of thought, which could have been applied to more important problems. (But were not).

Bil Smith Composer

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