Part II of Anomalous Music: A Three Part Series with Doug Skinner, presented by Shannon Taggart, Morbid Anatomy Museum Programmer in Residence
Date: Wednesday, April 1st
Admission: $8 ( $20 for the 3 Lecture/ Concert Pass )
Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum, 424 Third Avenue, 11215 Brooklyn NY
******Refreshments sponsored by Art in the Age
Tonight, join Doug Skinner for the second of three concerts/lectures of occult and anomalous music including music attributed to aliens and fairies, music from occultists and secret societies, and an assortment of oddities.
Tonight's iteration will feature music from alchemists and Rosicrucians; music from cults and secret societies. Selections include Athanasius Kircher's music of the spheres, Lawsonomy hymns, and a puzzling tune by Paschal Beverly Randolph. Plus: the proper use of a monochord.
We hope you'll join us for the entire series (See three-lecture ticket):
Part I - Music from The Ultraterrestrials (Wednesday, March 25th)
Part II - Music from the Occult (Wednesday, April 1st)
Part III: A Collection of Curiosities (Wednesday, April 8th)
Doug Skinner has contributed to "Fate," "The Fortean Times," "Strange
Attractor Journal," "Cabinet," and other fine periodicals. He has written
many scores for dance and theater, especially for actor/clown Bill Irwin. His books include a collection of picture stories, "The Unknown
Adjective," as well as translations of Alphonse Allais, Isidore Isou, and
Giovanni Battista Nazari.
IMAGE: Robert Fludd's Celestial Monochord