Category Archives: Music and Musicians

Beowulf and the Fate of Music

Before medieval European civilization developed anything as novel as a “book,” “scroll,” or “codex,” there was the mind of the storyteller. The storyteller was given a special seat by the fire, fed for knowledge, and oft given full attention. The … Continue reading

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Let’s Go Fly A Kite

A happy mini-post today because I finished recording voice tracks for the Cetus Finalis audio book! Next, scene and chapter breaks will be set to Ryan Hurtgen’s original score. You’re going to love this. Stay tuned for aural pleasure. Thank … Continue reading

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Perfect Beings’ Next Horizon

You may have heard me speak before of my editor, Ryan Hurtgen. He was born a musician, but has a powerful literary, artistic, and historic range. This makes for some remarkable creative synergies (with our automated horizon, a most valuable … Continue reading

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