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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Just Intonation, Awesomely Ancient




Here's another happy announcement from Michael Levy about his ancient music endeavors – as usual, check out the links!


More positive news today - just got the official purchase order for a batch of CDs of my compilation album "Musical Adventures in Time Travel" from the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada!

They are using track 1 from this album (my most recent arrangement for solo lyre in just intonation, of the awesomely ancient 3400 year old Hurrian Hymn from ancient Ugarit, based on Dr Richard Dumbrill's interpretation of the melody) in support of their current exhibition, "Mesopotamia":

http://www.rom.on.ca/en/mesopotamia/home

Other news - musc from my album "Apollo's Lyre" is going to be used in a feature film on the life of Plato, "Plato: The Cave", by budding young US film producer, Sean Kane:

http://sthosdkane.wordpress.com/2013/07/16/shifting-gears/

It is cryogencially cooooool to finally get some International recognition for my relentless efforts!

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