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Perfect Harmony at Sonic Gallery

My good friend Le Tuan Hung, who runs the Sonic Gallery, his "Exhibition Space for Experimental and Cross-Cultural Music" has put my piece "Perfect Harmony for David Dunn, up on his website.  Take a click over there and have a look at the website - he has lots of interesting things up there.  In addition to my piece, some recent entries are "Quan Ho Singing in Bac Ninh Region, Vietnam," a long and very interesting paper, "Composing for Japanese Instruments, by Marty Regan," and Le's own "A Song for SKy Bells."  Thanks Le!  It's great to be in such good company!  Here's the link: http://sonicgallery.org/2015/03/29/perfect-harmony-for-david-dunn/

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