Howard Grady Brown is a poet, playwright, pilot, printer and lover of classical music. Howard’s wife Anita is a retired singer and voice teacher. She and Howard lived in New York City for 22 years. Howard has had plays produced off Off-Broadway and on television. He regularly contributes poetry and criticism to several websites and has published a chapbook, Cobb Lane, as a companion to his brother Larry Allen Brown’s CD of Celtic-styled pieces for solo guitar and small ensemble. In 2009 Howard published Attitudes of Flight, a book of poems dedicated to his wife, who died ten months after they moved to Florida in 2008. It is available at Amazon.com. Howard’s play, The Lady Swims Today, opens March 24, 2011, at the Arena Theatre in Texas City, TX — for those in the Houston area who might be interested.
Howard Grady Brown
Diamanda Galás’ voice is an incredible instrument, spanning a range of four octaves, which she wields like a weapon: moans, howls, shrieks, whispers, keens and croons, as the text requires.
The volumes of Spanish and Portuguese Keyboard Music…, the only solo discs among the group considered here, quickly became favorites…