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[Reading] ➶ Is Music ➽ John Taggart – Inn-techno.pro Is Music—a major retrospective of an American original—gathers the best poems from John Taggart’s fourteen volumes ranging from early objectivist experiments and jazz influenced improvisational Is Music—a major retrospective of an American original—gathers the best poems from John Taggart’s fourteen volumes ranging from early objectivist experiments and jazz influenced improvisational pieces to longer breathtaking compositions regarded as underground masterpieces There is a prayerful uality to Taggart’s poetry rooted in music—from medieval Christian traditions and soul to American punk rock He is also heavily influenced by the visual arts most notably in his classic “Slow Song for Mark Rothko” in which he did with words what Rothko did with paint and dyeA fearsome intelligence wedded to a kind of craftsmanship that happens once or twice a generation— Stop Press“In the lovely sonnet ‘Orange Berries Dark Green Leaves’ Taggart seems to look at nature himself rather than through another artist’s eyes ‘Darkened not c.

Ompletely dark let us walk in the darkened fieldtrees in the field outlined against that which is less dark’ Is Music contains many such pieces a wealth of sublime and uiet poems; they are unlike anything being written today and like good music they stay in the mind”— The Antioch ReviewJohn Taggart has long been a master of accumulating complexly layered patterns of sound and sense—Robert Creeley“John Taggart’s poetry is not like music it is music”—George OppenThe long overdue selection of John Taggart’s work Is Music reminds us that a good deal of his work in cutting new songs from old is transcription ‘Marvin Gaye Suite’ opens with the opening of the soul singer’s album What’s Going On ‘17 seconds of party formulaics by professional football players intro of 17 seconds of hey man what’s happening and right on’ Lik.

music ebok Is Music eBookOmpletely dark let us walk in the darkened fieldtrees in the field outlined against that which is less dark’ Is Music contains many such pieces a wealth of sublime and uiet poems; they are unlike anything being written today and like good music they stay in the mind”— The Antioch ReviewJohn Taggart has long been a master of accumulating complexly layered patterns of sound and sense—Robert Creeley“John Taggart’s poetry is not like music it is music”—George OppenThe long overdue selection of John Taggart’s work Is Music reminds us that a good deal of his work in cutting new songs from old is transcription ‘Marvin Gaye Suite’ opens with the opening of the soul singer’s album What’s Going On ‘17 seconds of party formulaics by professional football players intro of 17 seconds of hey man what’s happening and right on’ Lik.

4 thoughts on “Is Music

  1. Sam Sam says:

    PDF/EPUB Is Music PDF ´ Ç inn techno.pro Ç music ebok, Is Music eBookGood but would have liked to have seen at least something from Dodeka andor The Pyramid is a Pure Crystal included; notwithstanding Taggart's claim that to select from these works would misrepresent them On the plus side the book does bring back into print three of the four poems originally included in Peace on Earth


  2. Louise Louise says:

    PDF/EPUB Is Music PDF ´ Ç inn techno.pro Ç music ebok, Is Music eBookI adore John Taggart A major retrospective is bound to be slightly uneven though and some of my favorites were left out of this so that's why the 4 stars When he's good he's certainly 5 stars good


  3. Matthew Matthew says:

    PDF/EPUB Is Music PDF ´ Ç inn techno.pro Ç music ebok, Is Music eBookTerrific gathering of most of the work that's not a long poem there are many The sample reveals both a devotional attention inside the music and protest as well as an acutely green sensibility John Taggart is a living master we should all abide


  4. James Cook James Cook says:

    PDF/EPUB Is Music PDF ´ Ç inn techno.pro Ç music ebok, Is Music eBookTaggart is great though I can only read some of the repetitive poems when I'm in the right mood I wish this volume contained material from Dodeka Interestingly the first poem in this volume The Drum Thing I had only read in The Gist of Origin anthology and find that here it is heavily revised with many lines cut out I like both versions but actually prefer the Origin version a little bit because of its strangeness and its awkward wording and syntax Taggart is actually best listened to the repetition in the poems comes off so much better when spoken aloud by the poet the rhythms weaving themselves in air making music of time Or I recommend that you read these poems aloud slowly to yourself when reading them Also if you dig this


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