This play was put on as part of a spring equinox rite with Stone Creed Grove, and it seemed appropriate to put the script out there. Part of this is an attempt to in a small way revive the great tradition of Greek theater that had its main celebration at around this time, at the City Dionysia. This script does not strictly follow all the rules of Greek theater - for instance, the satyrs don't really act as a traditional Greek chorus, but it's at least fun. Without further ado:
Hail is the whitest of grain;
it is whirled from heaven's loft
tossed about by wind gusts,
then melts into water.
This one is per a request from a friend. Conveniently, there's even an "official" recording of it, by yours truly.
Continuing the series of sheet music for some of the songs I've written and performed over the years. All songs here are distributable via the terms of Creative Commons 3.0 Non-Commercial Share-Alike: In short, feel free to perform it, or modify it, or share it but if you're going to make money from it we need to talk.
Joy is for one who knows little of woe,
pains and sorrows, and to him who has
power and bliss and buildings good enough.