By Lucinda Breeding-Gonzales, Denton Record-Chronicle

“Dave Meder didn’t set out to make a record during the pandemic.

But when the University of North Texas music professor returned to some of his favorite literature — the poems and essays of 20th-century Basque-Spanish philosopher Miguel de Unamuno — he recognized a kinship between himself and the writer. He also recognized the way Unamuno responded to sociopolitical turmoil, and how music seemed to be a safe place for Meder to process his own anxiety, fears and hope.”

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