Return to Ruscomb – My Finished Pieces

Well, the pieces that I referred to in my last post are done. There are actually two versions — one broadcast on CBC Radio’s Living Out Loud, the other played in concert at the Deep Wireless Radio Art Festival

Here they are through my Soundcloud site:

After Exile CBC Radio Version:

After Exile Concert Version:

Love to hear your feedback. These two pieces are the hardest ones I’ve ever done. But really rewarding too.

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2 responses to “Return to Ruscomb – My Finished Pieces

  1. Hi Victoria
    I think I might be a cousin. My grandmother was Lila Fenner and she was married to John Brown.
    We used to go to family outings in Ruscom. I remember Ivan and Vester and the old United Church.
    I have a picture of the farmstaed taken with Ivan on a horse in front of the house when he was 12. Would love to show it or send a copyto you.
    Stephen Brown

  2. Hey Stephen .. if your grandmother was my great aunt Lila, then we are cousins. Ivan was my grandpa. I would love to see the picture you have … and any old Fenner photos. I am actually working on a video documentary about Great Great Grandma and Grandpa Fenner, the ones who came over from Germany. It’s quite the story. I have a blog based on my grandmother’s history of Ruscomb (my mom’s mom who lived right next to Aunt Lila and Uncle Jack on the 4th concession). You can find it at http://alifeinessexcounty.wordpress.com — and my email address is vlfenner@gmail.com — so glad you found my blog … I have several of them and this one has been inactive for a while. Time to do some more podcasts here.

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