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Viking Mythological Stories retold in close harmony a cappella. New polyphonic music from the creator of Sundown: Whispers of Ragnarok
Viking Mythological Stories retold in close harmony a cappella. New polyphonic music from the creator of Sundown: Whispers of Ragnarok
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Everything is done. Next stop, "Friend in the Dark"!

Posted by Ada Palmer (Creator)
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This is it!  All Backer Rewards are complete. We sent out the Wordle art prints and other final packages today, and this afternoon we also finished and shared the three Renaissance recordings, the "Secret Album" and a new custom recording of "My Brother, My Enemy" created for one very special backer, Ricky Zehrer, who supported us at the Utgardsloki "It's for You!" level and commissioned a custom recording.

In addition, many of you will have noticed that I posted a new Ex Urbe essay today (the long-awaited Part 3 of my Sketches of a History of Skepticism), another result of the extra time I have now that your support has let me hire help.

If any of you have not received any of your digital content, please let us know. And if anyone has not received all your physical rewards within 10 business days or so, please let us know so we can track down those mischievous packages...

Now Lauren and I are excited to be concentrating on "Friend in the Dark." Things will be quiet for a while as we polish arrangements and start recording the second half of the album, but rest assured that we are energized and already starting to leave sheet music in big piles all over . You should expect another update in a few months to let you know how "Friend in the Dark" is progressing.  Meanwhile, thank you once again for helping us produce more music, more quickly and more easily than ever before!

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      Pamela Adams on

      Yay, my packages arrived. I think I wound up with an extra Stories CD, though.

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      Elizabeth Furr on

      My package arrived yesterday, and I'm downloading the Secret Album while listening to the Renaissance pieces. They're lovely! (And I'm happy one of them is "Hal an Tow," I have happy memories of singing that song on May Day mornings.)