Bone Clocks and Flowing Time

Book: The Bone Clocks

Author: David Mitchell

Music: From me flows what you call Time

Composer: Tōru Takemitsu

I first heard Tōru Takemitsu’s music in the early 1980s as part of the soundtrack album from the Carl Sagan series Cosmos with which I was obsessed at the time. Despite playing the cassette at the time until it was in tatters, it was 30 years later or more that I actually realized it was Takemitsu. It was his optimistic-sounding, melodic Inside The Heart Of The Universe. There was a lot of stuff on that album that I had no idea what I’d actually listened to until decades later – Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring was another.


Link to streaming audio: The Smoke and Mirrors Ensemble (Spotify)

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  1. […] mentioned the soundtrack to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos in my first post the other day. Scarlatti’s music did not appear on the album but J.S. Bach’s did and […]

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