First Thoughts

You may, perhaps, expect the salutatory statement concerning a poet to be expressed in verse. General communication is best conveyed in a less elevated style it seems; and so the poetry will be reserved for the poems. And in any case, the poetry does not appear first in the intentions of establishing this ’emporium’. But then, nor does the music: the term ‘poetico-musical’ could also be applied just as well as ‘musico-poetic’. The name David Lewiston Sharpe should, ultimately, bring both music and poetry, poetry and music, to mind with equal association. More thoughts concerning what this music means, and on what this poetry meditates, will follow for the inquisitive reader… Read on.

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About davidlewistonsharpe
Composer, poet, harpsichordist and artist.

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