Author's Message in a pen nib
All in a Day's Dance(ebook) The TW Suite(album)
to the All in a Day's Dance website, a creation based on consequences and circumstances in the context of a theater presentation which outlines a suite of music crafted for a simple story - the result of many years of practical experience and a long process of decision making that goes with hours of training, study and skill development in the arts field.
The theme here is anything but rosy, in fact conflict plays a prominent role in this tale due to an unusually antagonistic illusionary outlaw feigning credence with a no holds barred approach to gaining control over a creatively gifted young woman. It is displayed below as two hearts competing for superiority.
The consequences of the woman trying to plan her future on paper occur as music coming through her and it is meant to parallel the absurdity of anyone or anything pretending to be real in order to achieve a desired goal.
This storyline adapted to the theater stage and brought to the internet with a new music impetus is set up to coincide with a list of positive character choices to make it easier to see how the music suits its settings, as though it is possible to choose random qualities in order to gain an advantage (much like the character tries to do in the story).
A future perfectly planned on paper can only end up as an epigraph that writes itself for a packed house of those who know when the choices made are good and the repertoire is true because they are the ones who realize that there is a background to every tomorrow and a reason for everything.
"A visionary work...An exciting piece [of music] that takes the listener on a real journey...Compelling modern classical piece that encompasses strong melodic contact and great musical movement - never a boring moment." -Jason Miles, New York based grammy award winning musician/producer
A CYBER TALE OF MUSIC
Oh how the music plays in a concert hall of circumstances.
She has to know what it is to be real.
There is one who makes music
while the other pretends.
(It comes down to one thing it takes to end the battle.
She has to love her music and the way it makes her feel.
A beautiful battle of circumstance
where the winner makes amends.
Hint: An old man in the story has a simple view.)