|Mr. Trendl does not shy from the dramatic, or from complex social issues, as noted here in his spoken word recording of Golgotha: Shadowing Steps: A Tragedy. Here, he describes the people and setting surrounding a public execution as a man is walked up a platform, with a shortened piano duet version of Ravel's Bolero.
This same intensity can enliven your speeches.
|Good marketing materials should be succinct. There are times when a full explanation is necessary, and times when brevity is the wiser tool.
His short tale here, Woman on a Train: Tragic 50-Year Love Story, set to Sweet Home Chicago by Robert Johnson, shows how much can be achieved in a few words.