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Music can bridge the Worlds... (This is not necessarily a good thing...)Long ago, in an English country mansion next to a deep, dark wood, Wicket Kit Arundel devised a masque, a musical "entertainment" to be performed on the eve of Midsummer's Night 1594. It was supposed to be a quest for the perfect music, a mystic bridge to ultimate knowledge. What actually crossed the b ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published September 21st 1996 by Baen Books (first published November 1st 1994)
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When studying Rennaissance music at college, she suffered a nervous breakdown, starting to argue with the professors about who had written works, and it had started with dreams like these, of Elizabethean times. She dropped the studies for computer programming and now is industriously at work at a computer project out to model the world.

And now the dreams are back.

But a strange young man who can heal headaches and persuades nevertheless gets her and her friend Betha
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Margaret Ball lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two children. She has a B.A. in mathematics and a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Texas. After graduation, she taught at UCLA, then spent several years honing her science fiction and fantasy skills by designing computer software and making inflated promises about its capabilities. Her most recent book publications are Lost in T ...more
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