An early, early practice of mine with Roman script. “Senatus Populus que Romanus” was the catch-phrase, if you will, for the Roman Empire, translating to “the Senate and people of Rome.” For any Percy Jackson fans, yes, this is the acronym the Roman demigods of Camp Jupiter have tattooed on their forearms.
On April 21, I attended a concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall given by the phenomenal singers of the LA Master Chorale. I was so moved by their song “Where Your Bare Foot Walks,” that when I came home, I had to make a manuscript. As a choral performer and writer myself, I hope I have done them and Rumi justice.
A good friend of mine just had a birthday, so I made her this piece. It is her favorite quote from the Norwegian show “Scam.”
I’ll admit it was the first time I had written the f-word in a beautiful, fancy font.
For a larger work of mine on how the English monarchs consistantly tried to claim the French throne: the Latin for “By the Grace of God, King of England and France,” the coveted title. Written in Blackletter and Roman capitals