Category: Concert Updates
Yes there’s suffering in these songs. Insecurity, frustration, stress and other first world problems. Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Philosophical confusion. Political anger.
There is not a shortage of first world suffering in the recording process itself either. Insecurity, frustration, stress, anger. Gender issues. Sexual challenges. Economic shortcomings. Power struggles. Terrible communication. Ego trips.
The title might be a white lie, because while I did get arara working, in combination with a bash script, to automate the steps to render the hymnal.
Good news. One of the arara developers helped me solve the problem. Stack overflow:
The solution ends up being quiet simple. The only limitation is that we are not outputting the lilypond-book content to a subdirectory as originally planned.
At the top of the music.lytex file (after configuring arara as directed in the referenced post),
Wanna throw some thanks out there:
Really cool blog that helped me assemble Hymnal.
Chris who turned us on to lilypond engraving library.
Seth Tobocman did the cover art.
These folks sponsored the project personally:
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Geraldine T. Vaurigaud
Alice K Genese
The Perrin Family
Hans and Marina Frei
Stephen A Stetson
Leah N Pietrusiak
Second (or is it the third?) weekend of October:
It’s the second. Mad haPPy Sunday at 4PM.
In town this time. Community Maritime Park.
Also we received another grant from the Puffin Foundation West to do a show in the fall.
Here’s the description of a presentation Mike iLL will be delivering this week for the West Florida Public Library’s Teen Read Week.
Being a young person with a creative talent can be frustrating, but there are tactics and tools by which we can discover our own unique path toward success, responsibility, and recognition. To those who are interested in performing, writing, promoting, producing, or organizing in an artistic field, Mike “iLL” Kilmer will offer insights from his experience beginning in the 1980’s which includes a Warner Brother’s record deal and numerous independent tours and recording projects.