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Tanmayi Mukundan


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  • Rookie Curtis Godzisz (8/5/2012 1:11:00 PM)

    NOTE* when you copy and paste the link, don't include http: // just copy soundcloud.com/curtis-godzisz/close-your-eyes-my-angel

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  • Rookie Curtis Godzisz (8/5/2012 1:09:00 PM)

    http: //soundcloud.com/curtis-godzisz/close-your-eyes-my-angel

    Here is the piece! It's finally done. Please let me know what you think of it even if you hate it. Any and all thoughts are appreciated. I hope you enjoy what I've done with your words. The program I use doesn't allow for words to be said but the overall feel of the piece is there. I have a PDF but I'd have to send it through email cause this site doesn't allow the sending of PDF's as far as I know.

    I hope you enjoy it!

    Curtis

  • Rookie Curtis Godzisz (7/20/2012 7:31:00 PM)

    Thank you very much for letting me use your poem. I have written about a minute of the piece since I got your email, so I'm roughly a quarter of the way done. I think it sounds quite beautiful and the music compliments the text quite nicely. Once I finish I will send you a PDF of the score as well as the audio file. Hopefully when I finish the piece you will enjoy the piece as much as I do. Is there a better way to reach you so I can send you the score and music? It says that you have disabled messages from being sent to you.

    Thanks again,
    Curtis

  • Rookie Ananya Duttaroy (7/20/2012 1:20:00 AM)

    Dear Tanmayi, this is the only way I could find to contact you, just wanted to say that I am a touched by your pieces...!
    Ananya

  • Rookie Curtis Godzisz (7/19/2012 11:31:00 AM)

    Hello Tanmayi Mukundan, I am a composer from Michigan and I was wondering if it would be okay to set your text of Close Your Eyes, My Angel to music. It would be a choral piece, and I would really like to use your work. Sadly this is the only way I know of to contact you, but let me know what your thoughts are and if I have your permission.

A Call in the Night

Like a shrill cry in a silent fight,
The phone rang in the dead, one night
Falling off my bed, suddenly with fear
I picked it up as if it was a nightmare

Before I spoke, heard a child’s soft voice so low
“Hello daddy”, she said, “It’s you and I know
Wanted to speak, just once to you
Coz mummy is leaving and I know not what to do”

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