Lawrence Moss en The Edge of the Infinite on Now Is the Time <p>We see from surprising paths on <strong>Now Is the Time, Saturday, November 9th at 9 pm</strong>—our new time, every Saturday night at 9 on WRTI-HD2.<br /><br />Solo flute entices, with electronics, in <em>Flutepaths</em> by Lawrence Moss, and then the first of two works relate to the hymn "Amazing Grace." James Piorkowski's subtle variations <em>"Once Was Lost…"</em> are for solo guitar.<br /><br />Christopher Theofanidis's large-breathed <em>On the Edge of the Infinite</em>, for violin and orchestra, brings us to <em>Amazing Grace</em> by Leslie Adams. While the title is familiar, both the music and the words are by Adams. Michael Colgrass bases the <em>Winds of Nagual</em> on Carlos Castaneda's mystic writings from the Mexican wilderness. Hallucinations and shape-shifting lead to a leap into the abyss, which explodes into a thousand views of the world.<br /> Fri, 08 Nov 2013 19:06:57 +0000 Kile Smith 6662 at The Edge of the Infinite on Now Is the Time