C’est Ironique: A note to readers

Signing back in – sort of

April 4, 2018By David JaggardC'est Ironique!
Looks like the long arm of the law didn’t quite make it across the Atlantic. It has nothing to do with the article, but I’ve been aching to use this image, so I stuck it in here anyway. Photo by Marion Gold.

As some readers know, I am also a composer. Since I started writing C’est Ironique in 2010, I have been saying, mostly to myself, that I was developing the “humor lobe” of my brain so that someday I could combine my wiseass and musical tendencies.

Well, I finally figured out how to do that. The first example (of what I hope will be a series) is the recording linked here. It’s not, properly speaking, a C’est Ironique, but I like to think that it does qualify as ironique.

If by some chance you have been dying to hear my voice, this will kill you. I hope:


An album of David Jaggard’s comic compositions is now available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music, for purchase (whole or track by track) on iTunes and Amazon, and on every other music downloading service in the known universe, under the title “Totally Unrelated.”

Note to readers: David Jaggard’s e-book Quorum of One: Satire 1998-2011 is available from Amazon as well as iTunes, iBookstore, Nook, Reader Store, Kobo, Copia and many other distributors.

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