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2 September 2008

New lull-a-bye from Esthero

(So, how’s this for a segue from news about the Toronto International Film Festival?)

Esthero has contributed music to “Hush,” a short film by Director Eva Minemar. To catch a preview, head on over to Angry Bubbles Productions.

The film is currently making the rounds on the film festival circuit and is playing tonight at the Anthology Film Archives.

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    In music, “segue” (pronounced /ˈsɛgweɪ/) is a direction to the performer. It means continue (the next section) without a pause. It comes from the Italian “it follows”. The term attacca is also used in classical music.

    For written music it implies a transition from one section to the next without any break. In improvisation, it is often used for transitions created as a part of the performance, leading from one section to another.


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