Music and Murder Murder and Music Music It s been said that musicians live for the next new sound Well the musicians of Europe were presented with the biggest new sound ever when the Ring of Fire brought the fu

  • Title: 1635: Music and Murder
  • Author: David Carrico
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1635 Murder and Music.Music .It s been said that musicians live for the next new sound Well, the musicians of Europe were presented with the biggest new sound ever when the Ring of Fire brought the future back to 1631 What will the court musicians think when they hear Bach, Stravinsky, and the Beatles What will the street and tavern musicians think when faced with1635 Murder and Music.Music .It s been said that musicians live for the next new sound Well, the musicians of Europe were presented with the biggest new sound ever when the Ring of Fire brought the future back to 1631 What will the court musicians think when they hear Bach, Stravinsky, and the Beatles What will the street and tavern musicians think when faced with Johnny Cash, Metallica, and Nirvana Things don t go smoothly for Marla Linder and her friends.And Murder .The Thirty Years War was an interesting time to be alive, in the proverbial Chinese curse sense of the word Then Grantville arrived from the future, bringing technology and philosophies that set European civilization on its ear But that s not all that came back with Grantville Imagine trying to establish modern police procedures in a time where neither the powers that be nor the people underneath them provide much support Up timer Byron Chieske and his down timer partner Gotthilf Hoch walk some mean streets and lonely roads.At the publisher s request, this title is sold without DRM Digital Rights Management.

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    1. Music and MurderDavids Carrico’s “1635: Music and Murder” brings 21st Century music to 17th Century Europe.To anyone who knows Eric Flint’s 1632 series, in which he allows other authors to write, that statement makes sense.To anyone who loves music, the book is much more.The 1632 series postulates that through some kind of cosmic event, a little town in West Virginia is sent back in time to 1632. The central theme is how it affects warfare and politics. But it affects so many other thing [...]

    2. A generally enjoyable read.Like all short story collections, some stories were better than others, but the main characters were well developed and enjoyable, the stories well written, and the musical jargon slipped in smoothly so a reader without a music background doesn't get lost.Stories were divided into two sections, the "Music" section follows Marla Linder, Franz Sylwester, and their friends as they introduce modern music to 1635 Germany. The "Murder" section follows Byron and Gotthilf (can [...]

    3. This was quite different for the series. I'd like to make an analogy: I don't like baseball as a sport. It's boring to watch, and I don't give a damn about the statistics. But I like baseball movies - A League of Their Own, The Natural, For Love of the Game, Major League, Mr. Baseball, Field of DreamsAnyway, I'm not a fan of classical music, either, and I'm CERTAINLY not steeped in the technical lingo of music, but I found the descriptions in this book interesting enough that I would pause occas [...]

    4. An excellent sewing together of pre-existing stories containing characters, most of whom I was already done of, into a new story which both took these character?s frI'm the Ring of Fire further along, and (not incidentally) cleared up many loose threads fRom those previous stories. Having a strong background in both theology and in music of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras, I found the story fascinating and we'll researched.

    5. This is definitely a bridge book as it talks about the beginnings of the symphony in the 1632 universe. I also enjoyed the beginnings of the police force as well. Some of the music parts were drawn out but I liked the coda parts.

    6. This book is a compilation of stories that were previously published in the Grantville Gazette. It is part of the 1632 series (also known as the Ring of Fire series. In 1632 a small town in West Virgina in the year 2000 is mysteriously transported to Germany in the year 1631. Subsequent books continue the story, as the Americans (now called uptimers) interact with the Europeans (now refered to as downtimers).The first section (Music) is a linked series of stories primarily focussing on two chara [...]

    7. These stories form part of the increasingly large of Ring of Fire series. David Carrico's impressive historical and contemporary musical knowledge endlessly fascinates in the stories involving Marla Linder and Franz Sylwester. Equally admirable is his ability to switch genres and show his talents in the police procedural mysteries involving the quirky duo of uptime Grantviller Byron and his seventeenth-century partner Gotthilf. Carrico is one of the best writers in the series, by far, and always [...]

    8. Good addition to the expanding Ring of Fire-verse.While this collection of stories completely tangential to the major storylines in The Ring of Fire series, it is a welcome addition, showing more of the rippling effects that Grantville is having on a much larger Europe. Music moves people and the stories of the musicians here are equally moving to the 300 years worth of music so quickly deposited on an unsuspecting 17th century audience. The second half, Murder, is concerned with other character [...]

    9. This was essentially a compilation of short stories written earlier, but compiled together into a cohesive storyline. It was very interesting to read speculation of how more modern music would impact the current state of music in the 1630s. Almost all of the instruments of that times have been modified greatly over the last 400 years. The piano didn't exist at all. Music composition has greatly changed as well.This made for a very interesting read.

    10. A narrated history of music set in an alternate seventeenth century Germany. Sounds funny, but it works. The passion for music and the protagonists' desire to establish the foundations of modern music, despite the fact that they are smack-dab in the middle of the bloodiest European war before the twentieth century, are conveyed in a credible and engaging way. The readers cannot but become interested in the topic, even if they are not crazy for classical music.

    11. A collection of stories previously published in the Grantville Gazette and Ring of Fire Anthologies. I'd read some of them before but not all. Mostly covering the effects of 20th Century music on the 17th century.A fun (and sometimes sad) addition to the Ring of Fire series.

    12. This is basically a collection of stories first published in other places, some about music, some about murder, but not really connected with each other. I'd read some of them before. Enjoyable.

    13. Stories collected from various Gazettes & Ring of Fire anthologies. I liked them ok when they were one story out of 10-15 but all together it is just too much music minutia for me.

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