Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Panoramas of Los Angeles




My little ode to my favorite city, covering a roughly 20-year period centered on 1907 with the idea of giving a general introduction to Los Angeles from the 1890s to the eve of World War I. (The Times bombing and the air meet at Dominguez Hills were in 1910, for example). The Skunks of Los Feliz actually discovered this sometime back but I didn't want to tip my hand by saying anything. Fortunately, I received some very flattering comments. Although the music sounds very contemporary, I chose it because it was written in 1907.

Here's a high resolution version, but it only works with the newest versions of Windows (sorry folks with Win 98SE) and doesn't play well with Mac OS X.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous doug mason said...

This is utterly fantastic! Is the "1907 Project" still on the board?

10:24 AM  
Blogger Larry said...

I'm glad you enjoyed "Panoramas." I had a blast making it. See 1947project.com for more goodies.

4:24 PM  

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