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Our January Jam Maker (Jan. 2004)

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"Tombeau sur la Morte D'Ophelie

By Dan Topolinsky

The New Year brings us an excerpt from "Tombeau sur la Morte D'Ophelie", a classical guitar piece by Kingston musician Dan Topolinsky.

Who better to base this month's Jam Makers on than Shakespearian lunatic "Hey non nonny, nonny, hey nonny" herself, Ophelia?

"Ophelia" was written in a Baroque style inspired  by  17th  century  guitarist/priest Gaspar Sanz. It was first played during  the Rogue & Peasant Theatre Company's production of "Hamlet" in August of 2001. Later, this piece was performed live at the Kingston United Music Festival, with proceeds benefiting the United Way.

Dan would like to dedicate this song to the memory of his friend Lisa, with whom he'd co written his very first song.

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