Wednesday, February 10, 2010

"Like Grass Peeking Through the Melting Snow"

The tenth installment of Robert Ian Winstin's new music blog "28 in Tweny-Eight."


  1. Good Day from across the pond. I have been thoroughly enjoying this series of postings. Well done! Keep it up!

    Stephen Hall
    Barnstaple, Devon

  2. How can I purchase the scores in bound format? Is there a significant charge to send overseas? (Singapore) Also, can you send it via email?

    Good work.

    Thank you.

    Dr. S.L. Lee

  3. Robert,

    Thanks so much for sharing your work so freely. I have been recommending this page and the companion scores to students and anyone who will listen. This morning I posted a quick review on my blog "Playing on the Point" that you can find here:

    This is a brilliant concept, engagingly executed! I can't wait to hear more of your work!

    Paul Kenyon

  4. I completely agree with Professor Kenyon. This is a superb project in all ways. And I enjoyed the Professor's blog as well.

    Stanley Whitman

  5. Robert,

    This may be my favorite piece (along with 7 or 8 others) that you've done so far. I can understand your fondness for it. Very economical and very inventive. Love the off-kilter rhythms - I'm a big syncopation fan as you know. Got your email of yesterday. My heartfelt thanks and gratitude goes out to you. I'm sending an email of my latest Berkeley effort later today that will say more. Good show, old sock! Keep up the great work you're doing.



  6. OK - you've got another hit - thank you for explaining the title. Considering the recent weather - it was almost ironic. It's very upbeat and light. - Cathy

  7. Outstanding and very beautiful

  8. Stunning. Reminds me of Ravel. Late Ravel.



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