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MONADNOCK TALES

and the world premiere of The Light Staccato of Souls

Monadnock Tales features an extraordinary, book length poem by Edie Clark. The combined work for chamber ensemble and narrator is a symphonic poem unique in the intricacy of its dialogue between words and music. This chamber version, narrated by Tom Putnam, is performed by a wonderful group of instrumentalists who have made it their own.

Music by Lawrence Siegel
Words by Edie Clark
Tom Putnam, Narrator


The Light Staccato of Souls was commissioned by Tom Putnam in memory of his father, David F. Putnam, a visionary and global citizen committed to his communities. Encompassing three winning entries from Tricinium's poetry contest on the theme of community, these songs emerged as love songs demonstrating the passion of people for the personal, local and everyday: our families, friends, partners, associates and neighbors.

Music by Lawrence Siegel
Words by Atar Hadari, Jeanne Mahon, and Marian K. Shapiro
Peggo Hodes, Soprano; Sarah Atwood, Violin


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cd - monadnock tales

CD TRACK LIST - CLICK TO PLAY MUSIC CLIP

The Light Staccato of Souls
1. Quorum
2. Who Was Playing the Piano at My Party Last Night?
3. Choosing a Seat
Monadnock Tales
4. I Introduction, Allegro and Vignette 1
5. II Farming, Fire and Wolves
6. III The Past (Through a Glass Lightly)
7. IV Ice Glass Music
8. V Monadnock Rap
9. VI Music Rising
10. VII Summation

Produced by Thomas P. Putnam and Lawrence Siegel