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Re: Richard Lainhart memorial

Rev thank you for catching my website ref error.

I first knew Richard virtually then we met about a year ago when we 
produced a live webcast together from goodbye blue monday in brooklyn.  I 
was fortunate to see him perform a couple more times over the year.

He did some wonderful ambient work and was well respected in the 
experimental electronic scene both locally and online.

I am glad I got to meet him and spend some time. Life is but a brief 
candle as is said, for some much too brief.

------Original Message------
From: Revfever
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
ReplyTo: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: Richard Lainhart memorial
Sent: Feb 28, 2012 11:36 AM

On Feb 28, 2012, at 6:24 AM, Jim Goodin wrote:

> Some of you may know of Richard Lainhart (http://oldtownmedia.com)  
> who passed away in December.

Correction Dept.-


Sounds like he was a pretty amazing guy. I was not aware of him,  
previously. Thanx for the alert, even on a sad note. His work still  
lives on...


> There is a memorial service taking place this Sunday Mar 4 at 3pm  
> at Roulette in Brooklyn.
> In addition to his dedication to synthesis and electronic music  
> Richard was also a filmmaker.  One film of his History of the  
> Future will be shown.  There will be a live improv orchestra  
> organized by Lucio Menegon, which I'm pleased to be part of,  
> providing a sound score for this work.
> The service is open to the public and should you be in the area  
> please consider coming to remember the life and work of Richard.
> Jim

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