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J S Kingfisher

The Game of Musicians

J S Kingfisher – the creator of Muzundrum – is a composer, lyricist and poet, innovator, and recording artist living in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Northern California. His first album, Floating Upstream, was released in 1993, followed by Vesica Piscis in 1998.

In 2002, he founded Philomuse with partner Hugh Lawson and produced and released Out of the Blue for composer and pianist John Steiner.

In 2004, J S Kingfisher – Jeff – began work on a system of divination based on music called the Muzoracle. In 2008, the Muzoracle – and it's companion product, the Musician's Dice – were launched. 2009 saw the release of a second album for John Steiner produced by Jeff, Into the Green, as well as the release of Muzundrum: The Game of Musicians. In 2010, John Steiner released his third album for Philomuse, Impressions. 2011 finds Kingfisher further developing his practice as a musical intuitive, and teaching composition and music theory; he is also at work on his third album, and a second, two-volume edition of the Muzoracle Handbook.

Jeff is available for concerts, presentations, session work, and Muzoracle castings, and teaches music privately; he works frequently in the San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sacramento areas. For more information, please visit jskingfisher.net .

The Game of Musicians

LINKS:

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MuzundrumMusician's Dice

MuzundrumMuzoracle

MuzundrumJ S Kingfisher

MuzundrumPhilomusings (the J S Kingfisher blog)

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