When the written and the played cross over…
It's not often that I would write a lyric for a song, although I have penned a couple over the years.

Musical ideas that span pages of score can be condensed into far less words. A sense of longing that can be difficult to express with verse can be so clearly articulated with a violin or an oboe.

It is a special thing to find the words from music and sound.
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And sometimes the words can inspire a musical creation, which I find a more common occurrence.

And so on some of my musical pages there is verse that I wrote that I associate with the music or that inspired me to create the tune that you hear. (Verse written by me is uncredited. On the very odd occasion that I am inspired by some other authors work there will be a notice crediting the author.)

Sometimes they are a perfect match.
Sometimes they seem lost in the cross over.

But for me they create a harmony of written and played that store a memory to be recalled, so it can not be forgotten.
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