|Artist:||Singer, Claire||Added:||Aug 2016|
|Add Date:||2016-08-15||Pull Date:||2016-10-17||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Oct 16||Oct 9||Oct 2||Sep 25||Sep 18||Sep 11||Aug 28||Aug 21|
|1.||Oct 20, 2018:||Narnia
|4.||Oct 15, 2016:||Narnia
|2.||Jul 21, 2018:||Narnia
|5.||Oct 04, 2016:||Waste FM
|3.||Aug 05, 2017:||Narnia
|6.||Oct 01, 2016:||Narnia
Try 4, 7, 2, 6.
1) “The Molendinar” (25:57): Drone. Deep slow organ notes in the background. Gradually increases in volume so watch to make sure it doesn’t get too loud. Organ climbing a scale. Reminds me a bit of Philip Glass but less harsh, more atmospheric.
2) “A Different Place” (6:35): Extremely quiet first thirty seconds--probably safe to layer on top of another track. Sustained strings. Percussive bursts start up. Lovely.
3) “Ceo” (5:39): Warbling in the beginning. Eerie. Like sitting in a dark meadow late at night with a wind blowing and maybe a haunted mansion visible in the distance.
4) “Solas” (10:50): Again, very quiet beginning. Strings, beautiful organ. Serene. Like watching a sunrise from the side of a mountain, maybe?
5) “Diobaig” (4:47): First thirty secs almost inaudible. More serene textures.
6) “Eilean” (11:36): Unsettling high whistles. Then an almost Gaelic violin. Memories of a ballad, not really an actual ballad. By six minutes has built into a warm ocean with energetic waves.
7) “Wrangham” (6:47): Long drone as usual. Then something like a melody bubbles up on the organ with more momentum. Breathtaking dramatic build, like seeing a whale crest out of the ocean. Damn. Decaying dissonant finish.
|2.||A Different Place||5.||Diobaig|