It's Advent as I write this and so I am posting a video of musicians performing George Crumb's third movement of Makrocosmos III-Music for a Summer Evening because this movement is titled "Advent."I don't normally think of Advent (The four-week season that many Christians celebrate leading up to Christmas) and summer together as I have always thought of that word in conjunction with shortened days, colder temperatures, and as I often go to mass on Sunday evenings, darkened stained glass windows. But Crumb is always up to something interesting not just in his music, but in his titles. In moving Advent into the context of summer, in the larger context of his four-volume Makrocosmos, which itself pulls us into something cosmological, he reminds us that there is always an Advent-a time of arrival and a time of waiting. There is always something that we are looking and waiting for, something we are expecting.