Narrated by M.K. Hobson.

I was famous for my skill with time, in my solo work, but soloists who feared that their rhythm was not the best were reluctant to engage me as accompanist. This competition for the Prix du Halispell was my first accompaniment job in years, other than with Armand at home, and three days ago I would never have expected that it would be for the daughter of Lorenzo Caramin.

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Read “Suite for Accompanied Cello” by Tamara Vardomskaya, in Issue #242

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Tamara Vardomskaya is a Canadian writer and a graduate of the 2014 Clarion Writers’ Workshop. Besides Beneath Ceaseless Skies, her fiction has also appeared on She recently completed a Ph.D in theoretical linguistics at the University of Chicago.

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