2 thoughts on “Inchoate (following the sound)

  1. Steve Simpson

    Love the rhythm and the possibilities; some I find desirable, others not so much. 😃 The artwork is interesting, and mysterious. “Inchoate” is a word that I have been prohibited from using by the Deity of English, I don’t know why. I can read it, look up its meaning, hear it pronounced, but I may not write or speak it.

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    1. sdtp33 Post author

      Thanks Steve, I saw Bill Frissell, the Jazz guitarist, once at a concert in Dublin. At the intermission, the guy behind me said to his partner that he thought Bill’s solos were “somewhat inchoate”, that was the one and only time I have heard the word used in public. So, perhaps, the prohibition you refer to is widespread.

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