Jeremy standing in a recently uncovered arch in the archeological site
of San Gervasio on the island of Cozumel, MX. Through here, pilgrims
arrived from the mainland.

Mayan Cycle News, Scores and Recordings

The famous pattern on the frieze of The Governor's Palace, Uxmal, composed of thousands of pieces of cut stone.  Translated into music, it figures at the opening of Jeremy Haladyna's setting of a text from "The Books of Chilam Balam,"  The Oracle of 13 Sky. [Mayan Cycle #3 ] [photo by J.H.]

 

 

Click here for the patterns of this famous frieze turned into music!

 

Mayan Cycle News

RECENT:

release:     February 29, 2012:  release of Mayan Time/Mayan Tales CD on innova

broadcast: 1st compilation, "Selections from the Mayan Cycle" receives Grammy nod and wide range
              of broadcasts on domestic and international outlets.

release:     July 14, 2009:  release of integral Mayan Cycle CD on innova

touring:    Electronic all-J.H. concert at MIAM, Istanbul Technical Univ., 22 May 2009.
               featuring Monster Owls, Demon Zero, and The Crystal Skull of Lubaantun.

premiere:  "Only Armadillos They Danced," 2 December 2008.  UC Santa Barbara, Young Artists
               String Quartet with Jeremy Haladyna, scratch turntable.   

touring:    "Godpots" [for 3] in Noe Valley Chamber Series, San Francisco by Areon Flutes.  November 9, 2008.

premiere:   New "Godpots" version for 4  [with shaman on bass flute] premieres at 35th Fischoff Chamber Music Competition,
                Notre Dame University.   Figures in bronze-medal-winning performance;  congrats to Areon Flutes!!   May 11, 2008.

premiere:   "Tollan," both sections [Place of the Reeds, Snake Mountain]; April 23rd, 2008 in UCSB's Primavera Festival of
                 new music, art and digital media.   Michele Forest, oboe;  Jeremy Haladyna, pipe organ.               

premiere:  "Demon Zero" January 19, 2007.  Jeremy Haladyna scratching with DVD-A at the Pescadrome, downtown Santa Barbara.

premiere: "The Descent of Kukulcan" June 6, 2006.   Andrew Radford (as Kukulcan), James Willcox, Matthew Talmage, Tim Beutler,
                Jeremy Haladyna--at UC Santa Barbara                          

premiere: "Votán Zapata" from Zapatismo!,  February 25, 2006.  Ivan Sotelo-Durán, baritone, with J.H. in Sotelo-Durán's graduation
                recital.          

premiere:  Yaxuun, November 22, 2005,  Jeremy Haladyna, piano, at UC Santa Barbara  

premiered:  Godpots, May 11, 2005.  Caitlin Boruch, Carla Townsend and Emily Noble, flutes.   At UC Santa Barbara. 

 

Mayan Cycle Scores:

Jeremy Haladyna retains control of The Mayan Cycle in order to keep it undivided.  He is
happy to provide scores and, where available, reference recordings on an at-cost basis to all
those interested.  Please email him for details by using the link on these pages.

 

Commercial Releases of Cycle Items

MAYAN TIME/MAYAN TALES, released on Innova 818, 2012  [see homepage]

Selections from THE MAYAN CYCLE,   released on Innova 754, 2009  [see 1st release page, or innova ]

En la Estera del Chilam Balam:  released on NEUMA 450-94,  Jill Felber, amplified flute

Aluxes! : released on NEUMA 450-101,  Jill Felber & Claudia Anderson, piccolos with Jeremy Haladyna

Mysterious face snapped by Jeremy at the embarcadero, Chunyaxché, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Half overgrown, its two peering eyes suddenly confront one at the end of a rain forest trek.

 

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