"Changing Seasons" A Visual Music Suite in 3 Movements by Michael Luckman

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Visual Music Changing Seasons, Fractals in Motion Part 1

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A multimedia fractal art in motion meditative Visual Music suite in 3 movements dedicated to the memory of Jordan Satin and the BACO Boys. Original music & video animation by Michael Luckman, composer and fractal artist, Roger Johnston. This is a new 2011 Limited Edition/250 DVD release Artist Series, signed and numbered. Media excerpts of all 3 movements can be sampled here. Tip, scroll down for movements 2 and 3. Playable on progressive scan DVD players and Blu-Ray in hi res wide screen 1080p. The complete 18 minute suite is now for sale at the store. Please note, Jordan's theme appears near the end of the 3rd movement

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Visual Music Changing Seasons, Fractal Art in Motion Part 2

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Excerpt from the 2nd movement of Changing Seasons, new DVD release. A multimedia fractal art visual music animated suite in 3 movements. Fractal Art by Roger Johnston, music & video animation by Michael Luckman. DVDs of the complete 18 minute suite in hi res for sale at store.

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Visual Music Changing Seasons, A Song for Jordan Part 3

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The 3rd movement is dedicated to the memory of Jordan Satin my nephew and the BACO Boys, four 19 year old life-time camp friends, (counselors -waterfront lifeguards) "this band of brothers" heros all who died when one fell into what used to be a favorite watering hole below a tranquil waterfall, that when ravaged by 3 days of rain, unknowingly became a whirlpool of death that dragged each boy down as they tried to save each other. The symbolism of this tragedy is seen throughout the third movement and their ultimate resurrection beyond "lifted by an angel...spirits rising" shortly after Jordan's theme appears near the end of the 3rd movement. Musically, up until 16.5 minutes a full musical theme "A Song for Jordan" has not been heard. Likewise, the sequencing of images and their interplay with the music are very loosely woven together until Jordan's Theme appears in image and melody which brings a dramatic unison and spiritual closure to the entire composition.

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