Short tunes for permanent3rdgrade motion comics.
Good morning insomniac
Jacob catches the big wave and rides it to sleep.
"Only three fingers write, but the whole body suffers...you lucky reader."
The Return of the Hunters
Bruegel's frozen landscape.
Harold knocks on the door to chivalry.
Lessons on how to play three-dimensional chess.
Bach before every morning coffee.
Cap'n Scott toasts a golden age.
The story of Nastagio degli Onesti
Every Friday Nastagio sees the woman and the knight in the pine forest of Ravenna.
Book of hours
Marcus learns to play an iterating game.
They came for the scandal and stayed for the content.
Lobster number one
Standing up straight with shoulders back. Lobster number one knocks down a straw man.
No malice, just simple ignorance.
David finds friends where he once found enemies.
The big five aspects
Moderately low in Agreeableness.
Very high in Conscientiousness.
Typical or average in Extraversion.
Very Low in Neuroticism.
High in Openness to Experience.
Competence steps in where popularity cannot go and it's hard to ignore.
(Year of) The Entertainer
Scott finds great entertainment in seeing two movies on one screen.
Painting a jig en plein air.
Playing with dinner
Little kitty works up an appetite.
Notes from a rational man.
Logos with eros
Rational man with the great binder and loosener.
How to write a story
A gardener plants a seed and watches it blossom on its own.
How to cook breakfast
An arrangement of bacon, eggs and chèvre on your plate. And the smell of coffee in the end.
Whiskey before breakfast
aka "The Scottsman", "Spirits In The Morning" traditional / old-time fiddle tune.
Scott says "I told you so" and it's music to my ears.
Start the clock
Raring to go and stomping the whole mile.
Key to a lost castle
A skip in your step, a drop of a key and a reminder of things forgotten.
Jigge ye prelude
A prelude to a lively dance.
Caught in between
Attention gen Xers (and middle childs)...this short tune was made with you in mind.
Background music for Mrs Ethel motion comic "Edamame Tears".
Eighth of January
aka "Jackson's Victory" traditional / old-time fiddle tune.