In a world of sword and sorcery, technology and invention have become the cornerstones of the city of Gnowing. Fifteen intertwined stories explore a community filled with gnomes. They possess an insatiable curiosity, a short attention span, a benevolent innocence, but a complete disregard for safety.
Among these tales is a chaotic court room, a doctor that may do more harm than good, and the Inconvenience Store where finding what you want is a miracle. Behold the creation of the first ever newspaper, a peculiar concept called a holiday, the original fast food restaurant, and a steam powered time machine.
Music often inspires scenes, helps mold the tone of a narrative, and in some cases, defines a character.
What follows is a collection of songs that are the soundtrack to this novel.
The opening of the movie is a collection of scenes throughout Gnowing. It reveals the chaotic nature of the city and the wonders found within. When the woman sings, its an actress on stage for a play practicing her part before the scene set up before her falls. It is an introduction to life in the city and those that call it home.
The music for Knowing Gnowing is upbeat, silly sounding, and creates a positive, energetic tone. The general theme of the book is the optimistic, cheerful, and happy attitude all gnomes have. It is incredibly rare that you find a gnome that is pessimistic. This reflects this joyful excitement they feel.
Energetic, upbeat, a feeling of joyfully embracing everything that life has to offer. That is what the ongoing theme of all the music throughout the city of Gnowing. There is a slower part when someone sings that creates that voice tone that I expect gnomes to possess. It has a light, silly charm as does the city itself.
The tone of the song is light, fun, energetic, and silly. That is everything that is the city of Gnowing and its inhabitants. The novel is a comedy with characters that are either trying to understand gnomish culture, or gnomes who are symbolized by the joyful playfulness of this song. An ideal theme for Gnowing.
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