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Saturday, July 10, 2004

And the word is heard!

Working on the premise that a poem is really meant to be heard,
Batjay was kind enough to do a voice over of an edited version of my Desiderata translation. You may want to check it out. Hmmm, this may be the first collaborative work of bloggers. Here it is"

"mga mithiin"

Likewise, you can also hear it here. Thanks Batjay.

Incidentally, my Latina friend, poet Gloria Pimentel Laven sent me the name of the guy who did the recording of the Desiderata which I loved listening to during the 70's. His name is Les Crane! Her husband John has always been handy. Thanks guys.



Blogger Dr. Emer said...

Ang galing Tito Rolly! Kudos sa inyo ni BatJay Elvis! I liked it. Sana me CD. =)

1:51 AM  
Blogger rolly said...

Thanks Doc Emer. Siguro pag umuwi si Batjay, gagawa kami uli, this time with background music kasama anak ko sa violin. Baka yun magawan ng CD. Who knows, ha

6:19 AM  
Blogger BatJay said...

tito rolly, something's wrong with my host kaya pasensya na't broken ang link doon sa voice file. hopefully it will be ok by monday morning.

8:35 PM  
Blogger BatJay said...

ok na ang host. pwede nang marinig ulit ang "and the word became flesh flesh, este, sound pala.

9:04 AM  
Blogger Jet said...

Wow Tito Rolly! Napatula mo si fafa Jay ng Tagalog? Sa pagkaka-alam ko, that's a first. Well, maybe in hs school, in a play. Di ko na maalala kung sa Tagalog yon o English.


11:52 AM  
Blogger stani said...

sir si arun po 'to. ililink ko sana kayo kaso 'di ko alam kung alin 'yung primary blog n'yo. icomment n'yo na lang po kung aling blog 'yung gusto n'yong malink.

ingat ingat!


7:07 PM  
Blogger rolly said...

Jet, ang ganda ganda ng boses ng fafa mo, no? Kakatuwa.

Arun, musta ka na? Are you still debating? Ituloy mo lang. Magandang training yan. This is my main blog but there's no problem if you link both :-)

7:58 PM  
Blogger stani said...

i'm doing good sir. burnt out, but good. i'm not debating anymore but i write instead. i joined malate, dlsu's literary publication. after reading your blog[s] i see you can relate :D

keep in touch. ingat ingat!

8:10 AM  
Blogger Manang said...

HI Tito Rolly! Nabighani ako sa translation mo. AT BATJAY, Ganda ng voice mo!

8:38 AM  
Blogger rolly said...

Hi arun, well, whatever your choice of medium is okay, as long as you keep your brains working and working well.

Manang, salamat naman at nagustuhan ninyo ang aming munting presentation. :-)

4:22 PM  
Blogger stani said...

will do sir! :D

madaya nakapanood ng tuck and patty. argh.

ingat ingat!

5:18 PM  
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