Although Danny proposed, hard realities must be considered: his parents don't agree with The Spouse House's accelerated marriage process, and Yesnaya will only marry if her son approves of his future stepfather. Jazz goes outside her comfort zone & tries Dating In The Dark.Guided by relationship experts, everyone quickly forms connections, including love triangles. These pregnancies turn 3 couples' lives upside down.Participants are segregated from the opposite sex in the light of day but allowed to date only in a completely dark room; working with a sketch artist, contestants envision their favorite dates based on the nonvisual clues they have gotten.Using other people’s research or ideas without giving them due credit is plagiarism.I didn’t want “Swirling” to be another book about why black women should expand their options–we’ve been told that enough. What if you...married your friend with benefits or your best friend? She's hoping this will be a great way to get to know someone before telling them she's transgender.The music of Julia Wolfe, one of the founders, along with Michael Gordon and David Lang, of Bang on a Can, has the sound frequently associated with that organization -- an amalgam of styles and trends including minimalism, experimentalism, Western classical, collage, jazz, and world musics -- often tied together with a rhythmic drive derived from rock.Full Dark Ride, a collection of pieces dating from 1993 to 2008, is characteristic Wolfe.
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The density of textures undifferentiated by instrumental variety tends to create a timbral blockiness that Wolfe handles more successfully in some pieces than in others.
The most impressive is the darkly powerful Stronghold, for eight double basses, played by Robert Black.
It's a minimalist work in two movements, the first of which features fast repeated notes and tremolandos and is similar in effect to the first movement of Adams' Shaker Loops, but with a darker, deeper tone, and the second, while still dense and primal, has a more melodic character.
LAD delves into territory that rarely been explored: extended instrumental techniques for bagpipes, much of it here involving pitch bending and glissandos. The listener's response may have most to do with his or her appreciation for the instrument, but the distinctive timbres Wolfe creates are memorably melancholy.