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Posted by Penny on June 03, 1999 at 11:35:32:

Do you have suggestions for any special music for Weaving The Dream? If so please post on this section. (The purpose is for enhancement, not to be used as an advertising space)

This wonderfully simple idea was contributed by Peggy Meiklejohn.

Find Two Stones, a Musical Composition

FIND TWO STONES
TAP GENTLY TOGETHER
IN EQUAL PULSES
THREE TIMES ===

This is a musical composition in which you can participate anytime.

(Especially on 18 May 1979, 18 May 1999, 17 May 2004, 16 August 2012,
18 May 2019, 17 and 18 May 2029, 18 May 2039, 16 January 2046, 18 May
2054, 18 May 2059, 18 May 2079)

Not copyrighted.
=================================================================

Dear Friends - a little information on the above composition, which, as
you will note, has a crescendo TOMORROW, MAY 18!!

It was thought up in the late 1970's by Austrian Albert Ennemoser and
a friend. At the time they printed and distributed fliers with the above
information and a drawing of two people at a peaceful riverside tapping
stones.

They handed the fliers to friends, had them put into a time capsule, hid
them in obscure library books (to be discovered many years hence), threw
them off towers in Italy, and distributed them in many more such
creative ways.

I first heard - and played - this composition in 1983 while living in
Austria; Albert taught art at the school where I was teaching English.
The beauty of the composition is its simplicity; the fun part is that it
never ends! Each time it is played, it continues. When it is not being
played, then it is a long rest. In this manner "Find Two Stones" has
been going on for twenty years, and on May 18 is the second in a series
of crescendos which the creators figured out with some mathematical
formula.

Since the first time I experienced this piece I have been caught in its
magic, and have played it in all the countries I have visited in the
last 16 years, sometimes making crescendos with groups of friends. I
have, like the creators, left fliers in odd places. On May 18 I will
go to the Rendaiji Elementary School, where I am in my third year as
Artist-in-Residence, and play the compositions with all 160 students and
teachers. If you get this mail on or before the 18th, be sure to find
two stones and join in. There is no specific time on the 18th - the
crescendo continues all day.

If you read this mail after the 18th, play anyway, for the song
continues every time you do. And if you missed the designated
crescendo, no worries; print this out and pin it on your bulletin board,
for the next one is just five years away!

Gart
gart@komatsu-c.ac.jp (Gart T. Westerhout)




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