Nimrod is Lost in Orion and Osyris in the Doggestarre

by The Inward Circles

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‘—That night destroyed me like an avalanche;
One night turned all my summer back to snow.'

(Christina Rossetti)

Music for the writings of Thomas Browne, W. H. Hudson, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Dorothy Wordsworth and others. An exploration of 'the great volume of nature', its delicacy and violence, light and dark, solace and psychological burden. The tone of the work as a whole is aptly evoked in Hopkins' poignant phrase: 'nature in all her parcels and faculties gaped and fell apart'. There is a sense of things on the verge of collapse, of despair and regret.

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released October 10, 2014

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