Listen to the warblers, one of composer Angelica Morgan's influences, while reading more about Angelica in TURN ON, TUNE OUT: “I’ve always heard music. I remember when I was about four years’ old running out of the house one morning and conducting the warblers. I actually thought I was making them sing until they came to the end of my spring song and kept on going. Mommy and Dada came out when they heard me crying. They said that birds aren’t any good at following direction."
Listen to Lou Harrison, one of the influences of Angelica, the avant-garde composer in TURN ON, TUNE OUT while reading an exclusive excerpt of the novel: "They interpreted her work as a snub to romanticism, to tradition, to themselves. Of course, being British, they didn’t say that to her or to each other. “Different” said it all. Thereafter, they politely neglected to invite her to The Royal in Almondsbury for Sunday dinner which they had been taking together as a musical fa