Thursday, March 19, 2009
I thought Kun was some sort of musical term for a type or portion of a concert. So I googled Kun to educate myself. The only information I found about a musical Kun was Australian Aboriginal music called Kun-borrk and a crescent shaped violin shoulder rest. So, I admitted my ignorance and got the scoop on the "Kun" from Piano Day creator Wendy Mae Chambers. Kun has nothing to do with music it's the 2nd hexagram of the I Ching. I feel smarter. Here is Wendy's link for Piano Day http://www.64toypianos.com/ This is deep stuff; 64, 32, black, white, ying and yang. I like the thought of the toy piano and deep thought for the child and the adult in us.
Posted by Kellie Woodward at 11:05 PM