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Superior artists tell you what they've heard.
"...After singing through the role of Ichabod Crane, I fell in love with the music... The style and language of Sleepy Hollow is both stirring and accessible, it speaks to the very heart and soul of the listener...
The music is ingeniously complex, sometimes containing three separate meters simultaneously, expressing intimate affection in a stunningly beautiful duet. People don't even realize what it is to which they're reacting while being deeply touched and moved..."
Barnaby Palmer. Conductor and Music Director, San Francisco Lyric Opera.
Warren Ottey. Music Director & Conductor, Syracuse Chorale; founder and director of the Berks Grand Opera, Reading PA.
"...I pored over the opera score of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow and listened to it for three days. I was enthralled by the music and the plot, by the arias and ensembles, by the often rollicking, but sometimes somber choral passages. But more than that, I was moved by the sensitivity and love embedded in the music and in the principal characters of the opera..."
"...I believe that its premiere will be sensational as performed by a major opera company. Furthermore, I believe its subsequent performances will attract a great company of devotees, serious opera lovers and novice listeners alike..."
The Headless Horseman
Drawing by Linda Milne
Bob Milne writing the score into his computer.
In a WalMart coffee shop, somewhere in Montana.
The Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow, 1790