you like music that takes you places, youll love
this CD. Ghosts is music inspired by true ghost stories
from the British Isles. You can easily imagine yourself
on the moors, the wind in your hair, the presence of
others around you.
song has a story that goes with it; in Borley
Rectory you can actually believe things are
disappearing and phantom figures are moving about.
The White Lady is reminiscent of the style
of Loreena McKennitts music, slightly haunting
yet melodious and flowing, allowing us to tape into
the feeling of Marion de la Bruyere as she is betrayed
by her lover.
in the Wood is a striking piece with much emotion
about two young children lost and wandering.
uses a variety of instruments to achieve his sounds:
piano, cello, pan flutes, harp, recorders, and the
vocals of Juliana, among others.
is also inspired by nature, and that comes across
in his music most profoundly; not only is it forceful
at times, but commanding and intriguing, as nature
often is. This music is about feelings, and Llewellyn
is masterful at making us feel it. We can feel the
pain of love lost, murders committed, the longing
of mothers for their children, the joy before the
it is also somehow soothing to my soul. So, some rainy
night, light some candles, snuggle up in your favourite
chair, and let yourself go and experience the haunting
yet peaceful beauty of this music and the country
that inspired it.