This song was written by Kemp Harris with lyrics by Betsy Mena, Bill Tibbs, Bob Lightfoot, Chris G., Christina Jarvis, Erin Dow, Janet Wallstein, Jeﬀ Halverson, Jim Sersich, John Robbins, Kathy Roth, Linda Caldwell, Lisa Ward, Mags Darnton, Marilyn H., Renee, Rob G., Steve Whitney, Tony Thomas, and Tricia Coleman.
Pop quiz – what’s wrong with this picture? Hint: it shows a Southern Hemisphere storm pattern.
We learn more about how carbon dioxide moves out of the air, into the rain, onto the rocks, and into the the sea. Specifically, the wonders of water.
Your Primer to Climate Change Past, Present & Future Listen to Jeff’s talk from this morning by playing the file below and see his slides below (click on image to advance). The jingle we learned was that the Silicate Rock Weathering Thermostat takes carbon dioxide “out of the air, into the rain, onto the rocks,Continue reading “Monday: Earth’s Restless Climate”
Jazz Improvisation – What it is and How to do it Carl Sturken and Al Hospers are professional musicians and songwriters. They share the joys and mechanics of jazz improvisation. Friday, July 1, 1:30 pm
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“ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, TELL TCHAIKOVSKY THE NEWS”* Exploring the origins and early days of rock and roll (1940’s to mid 50’s) through excerpts of my course “Good Rockin’ Tonight” including what preceded it, what was the first song, who were the musical architects, and the cultural and musical impact (from “Hot Diggity dog” to “youContinue reading “Talk on the Rocks – Larry Phillips”
Annabelle Cook has designed this image for our shirts, T-Shirts, tote bags, or whatever can be silkscreened. Bring whatever you want to have it on.