For one year, beginning September 9, 2009, composer R. Luke Dubois decided to compose a new piece of music for every day of the year and upload them to his website. His 365 days are complete and what he now has is a collection of varying, even random compositions from classical to electronic and from long to very brief that tell a yearlong story. He discussed his process with the New York Times...
This conversation happened about a week before my birthday (and Susan's, right after mine). So I decided to give myself a little creative challenge: to create a piece of music every day, for an entire year. I decided to call the project "a year in mp3s," and I put the pieces online as I made them, posting a notification on my Facebook page so that my friends could listen to them. I didn't give them titles, just numbers and dates, beginning with my 34th birthday last September 10th.
Check out the full collection here.
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