The works of the 23rd-century Jewish Icelandic Martian composer Epstehn Thorwash are not yet widely known.
Now, thanks to the wonders of future technology, these jazz masterpieces (as the composer modestly describes them) have been teleported back in time two centuries for the enjoyment of the musical connoisseurs of the early 21st century.
Thanks to the extremely liberal copyright laws of the 23rd century, these pieces are freely open to all to perform as and when they wish, in whatever key they wish, and to record on any and all recording media. The composer asks only that he be duly credited with these works.
The following releases are now available: