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Thanks to the Forum, I was able to upload some music, with an audio player.  Please have a listen under the “Music” tab.

I’ll be adding new songs as I record them.  I’m planning to put out a solo CD within a few months as I get enough songs recorded.

Matteo Casini and I will be playing this Friday (Sept. 16) at the monthly “Folk Music Night” that I host in the College Hill Cafe in the Brown University Bookstore.   We will be joined by a very entertaining young songwriter, Pete Avitable.

More coming

I’ve been very busy since creating this site, and found little time to add anything. One thing I’ve been doing is recording some songs that I want to upload, if I can figure out how to get them to play here. Meanwhile, I do have some songs at: http://www.myspace.com/wsmonroe and I’ll be adding some more soon.
I’ll also be playing with Matteo Casini at the College Hill Cafe (in the Brown University Bookstore, on Friday, September 16. Also on the bill is Pete Avitable.

As Armageddon has failed to appear, it may be safe to launch a new project, this webpage and blog for music, musings, and medieval history.  This is mainly meant as a place to showcase my music — music that I write as well as perform, and to provide a means to contact me should you want to arrange a performance.  But I also want to be able to share some of my thoughts on other topics, from current events to medieval history.   It’s a work in progress, and I hope some people find it useful.  As Chanticleer told Pertelote in Chaucer’s Nun’s Priest’s Tale, “For Seint Paul saith, ‘Al that written is to oure doctrine it is yrit ywis.  Taketh the fruit and let the chaf be stille.’”