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Acknowledgments


Yet again, I have been given the honor to work with a host of talented authors and artists from around the world, each of whom has entrusted me with their work to create another volume of Stories of Music. I am incredibly thankful to each contributor for sharing their stories, for walking with me through this journey of compiling an anthology, and for their continued support along the way. It gives me great pride to present all of these works together for readers to experience some of music’s many universal gifts. While putting Stories of Music, Volume 2 together, I had immense support from Scott Lorenz,


who has been busy promoting the anthology series—so much more than I could have done on my own—and from Kim Retzlaff, who continues to bestow upon me her editing expertise. She has truly made me a better editor. My husband, R.J. Nashleanas, and my parents, Robert and Wendy Tripp, provided unwavering


support and encouragement throughout this project. I extend my gratitude to each of them for helping me further pursue Stories of Music. The folks at Yudu continue to offer a stellar publishing tool, which allows me to create an


interactive experience for readers. They have really brought this concept to life, and they’ve been an amazing partner. Last but not least, I would like to thank Jeff Campbell at Hungry for Music, and Dan Cohen


and Justin Russo at Music and Memory, for collaborating with me on this project. Their work to spread the joy of music is an inspiration to me, and I’m certain they will create many amazing stories about music—and its impact on humankind—for years to come.


- Holly E. Tripp


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