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composer + artist • she/her • loves drums • advocate for emotional literacy in music • meep • EN/FR OK

Annette Singh @Troisnyx

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Lancashire, UK

Joined on 6/26/11

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Ah, more additions to Troisnyx's assortment of instruments. Now nothing can stop her from conquering the Audio Portal and beyond!

Impending domination aside, I like the bodhrán arrangement in the second and third photos, and how taken away and musically passionate you appear when playing the djembe in the first picture.

I look forward to Tsukikanade / Chanting the Moon, the title intrigues me already and I haven't even heard it yet. It reminds me of the title of another track on NG named 'Tsukinomori' by SilverPoyozo.

Also...where can I take a gander at your written works, Guildmaster? :P

-Potent

The legend which got inspired by Tsukikanade is here --http://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/9d80feb6af65348dfbdfb5754230f828

And there's another piece of writing here-
http://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/ff5e90713bb06c7274c5ff9511a8fb13

I'm glad you like the pictures -- and I'm hoping to get Tsukikanade finished some time soon. As for conquering the Audio Portal, I don't know... I suppose that has its time and place.

Are you sure it's possible to master all of those instruments?
Maybe, you could gather fellow musician friends and organize an orchestra, with you as the conductor and composer?

Perhaps. That'd be a great idea!
I'm able to master most drums and percussion, I'm adept with keyboards, so that covers most of it. The rest, I'm learning in my stride. : )

Ooh, links. Thank you very much. Take care. :)

-Potent

Out of curiosity, how are you finding the writings?

The more Instruments the better!

I hope you're also feeling better than when last we spoke?

Yes, I've healed since we last spoke. : )

Your written works are imaginatively worded and a spellbinding read. I really enjoyed the concept of the body and soul being transported to different 'after-life' dimensions after death. The ar Shefariin world sounds Valhalla-like, I thought. Also the idea of the princesses' moonlight dances in the Sauveterre woodlands was charming. Great backstory overall.

The other piece of writing (poem or song?) was lovely too, the stanza beginning 'O Author of my heart!' stood out for me. Went nice 'n' Shakespearean with '...when all the world's a stage'. :D

I put 'O Author of my heart!' into Google and my good friend Wikipedia directed me to 'Be Thou My Vision'...was that an inspiration?

I look forward to your upcoming song and I'm glad it's progressing well. Keep it up!

-Potent

Dang, them bodhrans. Makes me wanna visit Ireland, I was there ages ago and it's the only time I've been west of, I dunno, Germany?

Also, my browser froze with Capital of Soot and your improv going, haha. It turned out pretty cool despite the disparate elements - the bodhran made for a very foreboding presence.

Eh, thanks! I still find the bodhrán to be my favourite drum. Wait, you played both Capital of Soot *and* the bodhrán improv at the same time??

Personally speaking, I've never been west of Britain. But a friend encouraged me to pick up the bodhrán after I told him my disdain of having a passion for the beat, and not having access to a drum. So here I am. My fiancé is Irish, and if ever we get the chance to go to Ireland, and join in a trad session (or heck, even join a trad session close to where we live), that'd be great.