This episode is based on a blog article by the American author and documentarian whose name is pronounced, Ah-bear-zhah-nee, and spelled A-b-e-r-j-h-a-n-i. The following are in his words: Writers, poets, and artists often draw creative inspiration from each other in ways that produce memorable moments. Such was the case in 2012, when Death of a … More 2023 Flight of the Midnight Skylark in a Jazz Suite Mode
The GoFundMe page in the Ike Carter and Aberjhani Music Heritage Project will launch to raise funds in support of the extended research, composition, and publication of a major volume on radio programmer and music historian Carter’s life and musical times. … More Calendar of National Poetry and Jazz Appreciation Month Events at Bright Skylark LP
“Like the other poets in this series, Jalal al-Din Rumi and Gwendolyn Brooks, Rilke in his writings does not dwell on the word compassion per se. He strives to embody it…” –Aberjhani … More Poetic Traditions of Compassion and Creative Maladjustment (part 4): Rainer Maria Rilke
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