The Dragonlance Canticle Episode 16 – Karl Preusser

Welcome back Lancers! In this episode I chat with Karl Preuesser about the Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight soundtrack. The CD was just released on May 13th and we urge everyone to go out and get a copy, this is a wonderful and rich score. Courtesy of Karl we have almost the entire episode wrapped in clips of the soundtrack. Take a listen and enjoy.

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    • Hendrik on June 13, 2008 at 6:22 am
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    Dear Canticlers,

    I should like to respond in kind and sing your praise. Thank you for a job well done!

    The podcast is beautifully made especially re music and taglines (the opening is brilliant!), the contents are ALWAYS interesting and very well delivered. In short: the Canticle is a joy to listen to! Please go on forever! AND, be quick about it. I have now heard all the past installments and hunger for the next.

    Thanks again,
    Kind regards
    Hendrik

    • Hendrik on June 13, 2008 at 6:24 am
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    PS: While Karl Preussers music is unbelievably good (!: Thank you Karl, if you read this.), my previous canticle on The Canticle referred to the “standard” opener and music.

    • Steven Carroll on June 16, 2008 at 2:03 pm
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    A very nice interview. I loved the music in the movie.

    • Zenaficus on July 24, 2008 at 11:27 pm
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    Nice interview, and I agree that the music is absolutely wonderful. I also want to comment that I love the podcast and have just finished listening to all the ones y’all have done so far as I never had the chance to do so before. Especially enjoyed the one about the movie, and I agreed with most of what was said. Including supporting the movie on principle so that we can get Winter’s Night. Hopefully better of course 😉 Keep podcasting!

  1. There is obviously a lot to know about this. I think you made some good points in Features also.

  2. A very nice interview. I loved the music in the movie.

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