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Symposium on Kenneth Gaburo from 2010 is now on the web

Waaaay back in 2010, Nate Wolley organized a symposium on Kenneth Gaburo's work that took place at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn.  The participants were Nate, David Dunn, Larry Polansky, Chris Mann and me - via Skype.  Many years later, in 2017, the symposium was transcribed and put up on the web on the Wolf Notes website.  I just discovered that it's there, so I'm passing on the URL.  It's interesting reading, all these years later.  Chris is, of course, no longer with us, so it's interesting to read his comments, and to feel his presence through his language (he'd have something to say about that, I'm sure) (probably the Satie quote about anyone who's interested in his music after his death is a necrophiliac...).  For Gaburo scholars, or the curious, here it is: 


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