Music for after anything I


Music for after anything can be played, for example, after:

having one’s teeth cleaned;
a fancy meal;
a good or bad conversation;
the mail delivery;
a random composition;
reading a book by Sartre;
waking from a misty dream;
listening to a piece by Boulez;
weeding the garden;
a successful operation;
reading a dear John letter;
learning of a grant refusal;
injecting oneself with beta interferon;
a conference on New Age music;
a productive meeting with the Justice Department;
a visit from the social worker;
viewing the Victory Boogie Woogie;

or, of course, as an encore.