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DIY / Conditioning 

In a recent article for The Guardian, Harriet Green expressed what my assumptions were towards the world of flowers until a couple of years ago. She stated that ‘until now my chosen flower arranging method has been: buy cheap daffodils, roses or tulips from a supermarket. 416 more words


Easter Wings, Part 2

More than once, I’ve gone on and on, in this space, about how much I enjoy my church music gig. As many times as I think, “okay, have to deal with that; okay, there’s a challenge; okay, how can we do this and this and this better?” … nonetheless, we got a good thing going. 666 more words


FLOWER OF THE MONTH / Guelder Rose  

Guelder Rose or Viburnum Opulus is, in my humble opinion a compleatly underestimated plant. The bright acid green of the globe like flower clusters brings life to any arrangment. 247 more words



Hey there!  I hope you’re all having a fabulous day.  In between my regular job and my music job, I’ve been really trying to get this website up to speed, and I’m excited to share some new projects that I’ve been working on that will be going “live” in the near future. 519 more words


Charles Ives for Jazz Orchestra Pt. 1 – "Tom Sails Away"

I’d like to welcome composer and arranger Jack Cooper to Professorscosco as my first featured guest contributor. I’ve invited Jack to share with you some of his arrangements of Charles Ives’ music from his monumental 2014 release, … 1,587 more words

Jazz Composition

Another Week, Another Handfull of New Songs

I swear, it’s like the muse knows me. February hits, and the ideas just flow, then it slows to a trickle, and allows me to polish those that are worth saving. 337 more words

Song Arranging