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History Hunt BONUS: Tibors de Sarenom revisited

When setting up my blog on Tumblr, I went through my archives here on WordPress to format them for the site. When I did, I realised that, in my very first History Hunt post, I did poor Tibors de Sarenom a disservice–more of the post I made is about History Hunt than her contributions to music. 464 more words

History Hunt

Set to Be Released: Score - A Film Score Documentary

Today’s subject is film scores. Don’t forget to check out my recent guest post about writing from emotions in music (specifically film scores) on Hannah’s blog… 322 more words

Film Scores


I saw this hashtag on my Twitter feed today and thought maybe some of you might want to know what I listen to while I write. 332 more words

Chronicles Of Narnia

Episode 12, Part 3: The Vienna Cemetery

From lunch, the group decided to head over to the Central Cemetery, otherwise known as “Zentralfriedhof,” in Vienna. It seems weird to me that I wanted to go to a cemetery so badly, but I really wanted to visit it for a few reasons.   498 more words


The Tambuco Studio in Xalapa: "Are Those Marimbas I Hear, Mr. Bond?"

Here’s a Fun LA International New Music Festival Fact: Tambuco is part of the soundtrack of SPECTRE and the largest opening sequence in the history of the James Bond films set for release this November. 791 more words

LA International New Music Festival

Happy Fourth of July!

Here’s some information about the Star-Spangled Banner. Enjoy this unique video!

And here’s an article on the top ten July 4th songs, according to… 42 more words