FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN THE YOGA CLASS: Click on the image above to visit my Soundcloud account. The two most recent tracks are samples of the style of music I sing and play for the Yoga class with Elizabeth Hoover. Thanks.
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My name is Lars Rosager, and welcome to my website. I am a musician and writer living in Petaluma, California, USA. The goal of this site is to share my skills via the world wide web; please feel free to browse the drop-down menu above to explore samples of my work, learn more about services I offer, check out photographs and videos, follow my performance schedule, read the blog, and make purchases. Textual Chordophonics is a term I have coined to describe my field of expertise, the study of how language arts interact with lute-family instruments. Currently, my focus is on the westward movement of Indo-Persian traditions to Islamic Spain, and the subsequent evolutions of these traditions as the Western European Renaissance asserted itself. If you are interested in hiring me, collaborating on a project, taking lessons, or simply putting yourself in contact with me for whatever reason, please email or call. Scroll down for links and downloads. Thank you.
My Master of Arts thesis is available here:
"Being Myself," an original composition performed by me and Blake Lowrey-Evans.
CLICK HERE TO VISIT MY PROFILE ON THUMBTACK.
Above is a link to an easy-to-use website called Thumbtack. There one will find tutors and service professionals close to home. I use Thumbtack's services in order to promote my private lessons. I was recently featured through the publication of a story of my career. Thanks a lot!
If you are interested in joining my Textual Chordophonics Wiki, where one may access external sources (not my own works) pertinent to the interactions between the world of letters and that of lute-family instruments, please visit the following link:
Special throwback music . . . all the way back to the days of Boss Nasty with Ryan Brown, Matt Shlapak, and Lemme Adams.
Lawrence of Rosefield
Lorenço de Vero
L. C. R.
Lorenço de Vero
L. C. R.