The first recording of me trying my hands at bardic skills. I’ve listened to this, of course, and hope that one day this will be able to serve as a record of how far I’ve come in my bardic interpretation. Still, I do think it’s not entierely without merit. (Such a stupid turn of phrase is how I begin thinking after I’ve been reading the Iliad for a while.)

So, this is the first part of book one of the Iliad, by Homer. It seemed like a logical place to begin training my bardic skills. You can read along with the text here at project Gutenberg, where I got it.

I hope it’s not too much of a shock if I tell you that I’d like to hear any comments you might have. In particular, I’d like to know what you think of the dramatic interpretation and, of course, I’m open to low-budget ideas to improve my recording quality.

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