[LMB] Currently reading: Ada Palmer, _Too Like the Lightnings_

Luke Bretscher rocketman0739 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 16:24:46 GMT 2018

Here are a few videos from one of our performances. The sound quality isn't
great, but you get the idea. I'm in the green doublet, second from right,
next to the guy in the brown robe.


And yes, it's a lot of fun to talk with her! I attended a talk she gave on
censorship throughout history and it was fascinating.


On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 6:24 AM, <adkinslawfirm at mindspring.com> wrote:

> Luke Bretscher shares: "I have a minor personal acquaintance with
> Prof. Palmer. She's working on plans to host a miniature Renaissance
> faire on the University of Chicago campus, and my madrigal choir will
> be performing. So I'm looking forward to that in the spring!"
> How fun for you!  She's delightful to hang out with, very erudite, but
> with a great sense of humor.
> Of course, I know her mainly as a filker [and for the wonderful exurbe
> posts].  She's written most of the songs for the group Sassafrass,
> arrangements so complex they'd cross a weaver's eyes.  There's more about
> her award-winning songs here:
> http://www.ovff.org/pegasus/people/ada-palmer.html
> Best of all, you can enjoy lots of the music here:
> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClXnCAd23dPnuqo5Gn5FKkA and also here:
> https://sassafrass.bandcamp.com/ [where you can listen to whole things
> free, before deciding to buy or not].
> Luke, if any of your group's performances are recorded, we'd love a link
> so we can share the music.  If you know of any of the other performing
> groups' links, please share them here.  Good luck with your upcoming
> performance!
> Jerrie

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