A Song for Lynbidium: A Novelby John Cacavas
The aliens have been coming to Earth to satisfy their craving for music. With their technology they whisk orchestras back
Presently all planets in the solar system are bereft of music-except Earth. In their quest for knowledge in eons past, interstellar beings favored science over music. All memories of music gradually faded, and love that had once existed vanished.
The aliens have been coming to Earth to satisfy their craving for music. With their technology they whisk orchestras back to their planets for concerts and resuscitate famous dead musicians and singers to perform for their own planets. The Nebulae Consortium of the planet Lynbidium devises a plan in which the bungling, tone-deaf aliens will go to Hollywood. There they will work out a deal with the top talent agents to bring music specialists back to their planet to perform and educate the inhabitants. By mistake, they land on top of the Beverly Wilshire hotel.
Meanwhile, on the dark star of Soror, sinister plans are being made to kidnap Earth's finest artists and hold them for ransom.
But the question arises, without love, can music exist?
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