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Music VII

I am still working on my rattan growth article (see Verification). In between writing sessions, when I am reflecting on group means and Tukey-Kramer Minimum Significant Differences (MSD), I have been very much enjoying the music of Balmorhea, a minimalist instrumental ensemble from Austin, Texas. In particular, their 2010 release, "Constellations" (shown above). One recent review describes the music this way: This is music for the children of the pioneers lying barefoot in a grassy plain with the dome of a moonless sky spread out above them. This is music for a sailor staring out at the black ocean and longing for a foreign port. Indeed. Well worth a listen.

[NOTE: Originally posted on February 13, 2013. I have long since finished and published the rattan growth article. Go here for a copy (ForEcolMgmt306.pdf)].

[NOTE: See Live at the Church of the Incarnation for a nice trailer from a Balmorhea performance in Dallas].

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