What Kind of Music Do You Play To This Artwork? PART III

Today is part three of a four part blog about my August 11 performance for the ABSTRACTIONS exhibit at the Perkins Center for the Arts in Collingswood, New Jersey.


I responded immediately to the colors and texture employed by artist Keith R. Breitfeller. In the industrial style gallery these "pops" of color made a strong impression. After the performance, which started with "Melodies for Saxophone" by Philip Glass, Keith told me that he often listens to Glass while painting. I was happy to hear that, since it meant to me that I had correctly identified a real connection between the art and music in that space.


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For Keith's art works I started by playing a colorful French piece by Paul Bonneau titled "Caprice en forme de valse" which you can see and hear below.



Please feel free to "LIKE", comment and share this video! Also, look for the final part of this series tomorrow.
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