Monthly archives: February, 2014

Between Birds of Prey #111 – In Memory of Giordano Bruno (The Heretic)

This episode of Between Birds of Prey is dedicated to the life of Giordano Bruno, whom was killed by the inquisition 414 years ago. Giordano Bruno was a very important philosopher, poet and mathematician of the Renaissance. He was a man ahead of his time, for instance, he defended that the sun was a star…


Between Birds of Prey #110 – The Road

This week’s episode of Between Birds of Prey is an allegory of The Road as life itself. He walked out into the road and stood. The silence. The salitter drying from the earth. The mudstained shapes of floating cities burned to the waterline. At a crossroads a ground set with dolmen stones where the spoken…


Between Birds of Prey #109 – The Rest Is Noise

In this week Between Birds of Prey is a sort of tribute to some very important composers of the 20th century whose birthdays were celebrated in the last weeks: Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Iannis Xenakis, Francis Poulenc, Robert Wittinger and John Tavener. With this composers in mind, I created an episode which is a journey…


Between Birds of Prey #108 – Amongst the Ruins

In this week’s episode we will make a musical journey through the ruins of an ancient civilisation. Should the whole frame of nature round him break In ruin and confusion hurled, He, unconcerned, would hear the mighty crack, And stand secure amidst a falling world. Joseph Addison, Horace, Ode III, Book III. The audio and…