Song of the Lark

Song of the Lark

is creating classical music writing

19

patrons

$120

per month
Hey y'all, it's Emily from Song of the Lark here! I'm thrilled to welcome you to SOTL's Patreon page!

What is Patreon?, you ask. Think of it as a monthly tipping service that helps support a content creator, whether that creator is making podcasts, videos, artwork, poems, or literally anything else imaginable. Pledges are usually on the small size (say, a couple dollars a month), and supporters can stop, re-start, or change their monthly pledge at any time.

In my case, I'm writing about forgotten women in music history, ranging from violin prodigies with famous writer mothers to dance band conductors with killer bow arms. If you enjoy SOTL's ongoing exploration of these ladies' stories, and want to go above and beyond to support their being told, here's your chance! The more support the blog gets - financially and otherwise - the more stories I can tell. It's as simple as that!

If you're not in a position to contribute financially, no problem. The blog is always going to remain free to read, and everyone can support it in their own ways, whether by sharing (this helps more than you can imagine), commenting, and reading!

Deepest deepest DEEPEST gratitude for your interest in this page, in this blog, and in this cause. As always, I'll catch you in the comments.

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Hey y'all, it's Emily from Song of the Lark here! I'm thrilled to welcome you to SOTL's Patreon page!

What is Patreon?, you ask. Think of it as a monthly tipping service that helps support a content creator, whether that creator is making podcasts, videos, artwork, poems, or literally anything else imaginable. Pledges are usually on the small size (say, a couple dollars a month), and supporters can stop, re-start, or change their monthly pledge at any time.

In my case, I'm writing about forgotten women in music history, ranging from violin prodigies with famous writer mothers to dance band conductors with killer bow arms. If you enjoy SOTL's ongoing exploration of these ladies' stories, and want to go above and beyond to support their being told, here's your chance! The more support the blog gets - financially and otherwise - the more stories I can tell. It's as simple as that!

If you're not in a position to contribute financially, no problem. The blog is always going to remain free to read, and everyone can support it in their own ways, whether by sharing (this helps more than you can imagine), commenting, and reading!

Deepest deepest DEEPEST gratitude for your interest in this page, in this blog, and in this cause. As always, I'll catch you in the comments.

x

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