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    The Infinity Concerto by Greg Bear

Michael Perrin is an aspiring poet, struggling to express the chaotic cadences of his thoughts on paper. The maestro’s greatest piece, however, was performed in front of a live audience only once. Waltiri’s composition is a song of power. Never meant to be heard by human ears, its melody is as captivating as a siren’s call; its notes ring out like a death knell; and its rhythms shake the very foundations of reality.

Year: 1984
Genre: FantasyMusic

    Songs of Earth and Power by Greg Bear

Music, myth, and magic mix—in this two-volume fantasy masterpiece by a New York Times–bestselling author that is a “joy to read” (Publishers Weekly). Hugo and Nebula Award–winning author Greg Bear explores the power of music to open a portal between worlds in this pair of brilliantly imagined fantasy novels.

Year: 1986
Genre: FantasyMusic

    The Serpent Mage by Greg Bear

After five years trapped in the Realm of the Sidhedark, Michael Perrin has returned home. He wants nothing more than to live a normal life—but the unearthly music of Arno Waltiri continues to play on. The song of power has weakened the veil between the human and faerie worlds. The streets of Los Angeles are haunted by uncanny beings; strange bodies have been discovered in a dilapidated hotel; and an ancient creature calls to Michael from the waters of a loch in Scotland.

Year: 1986
Genre: Fantasy

 

 

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1984The Infinity Concerto by Greg Bear Fantasy, Music, Songs of Earth and Power
1986Songs of Earth and Power by Greg Bear Fantasy, Music, Songs of Earth and Power
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1986The Serpent Mage by Greg Bear Fantasy, Songs of Earth and Power

 

 

 


 

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