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. Before the early 1990, morphing one image
or shape into another was done by cross-fading.
Since then, computer software has been used
to create transitions. There are five major
morphing program that are currently in my
price range (meaning freeware): FotoMorph,
Sqirlz Morph, Free Morphing, Magic Morph,
and Win Morph. Along with frame-by-frame
drawing, PowerDirector transitions, and
fractal gradient manipulations, this video
uses the FotoMorph program.
Marian McPartland's 1956 studio album
with bassist William Britto and drummer Joe
Morello is a little bit conservative. I'm using
the last track on the album, Symphony.
It was composed in 1945 by Alex Alstone,
Roger Bernstein, Jack Lawrence, and André
The album contains Benny Goodman's
Stompin' at the Savoy, There'll Be Some
Changes Made, The Baron, Oscar Pettiford's
Bohemia After Dark, This Love of Mine,
Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne's The Things
We Did Last Summer, Carioca, Dream a
Little Dream of Me, Hallelujah, and
Symphony where McPartland plays the
celeste in the open measures.
The sound of the celesta is similar to
that of the glockenspiel, but with a softer
and more subtle timbre. This quality gave
the instrument its name, celeste, which
means "heavenly" in French, and in this
video it feels innocent, like a child's song.
It starts simply with the art that I love,
then with music from heaven above.
From the ethers the melodies arise.
As a sigh, joy sings and softly dies.
Symphonies, jazz, or ballets dear to me
song I've sung clear, so near to me.
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