I found these tracks tolerable, but not overly exciting. I was able to listen to them, but I didn't really love them.
Once more I try to set to music the poems of William Allingham, an Irish poet (1824-1889). His verses, in my opinion, offer great suggestions and - almost by necessity - they suggest to me musical atmosphere suspended between dream, melancholy, waiting.
O Spirit of the Summertime !
Bring back the roses to the dells ;
The swallow from her distant clime,
The honey-bee from drowsy cells.
Bring back the friendship of the sun ;
The gilded evenings, calm and late,
When merry children homeward run,
And peeping stars bid lovers wait.
Bring back the singing; and the scent
Of meadowlands at dewy prime;—
Oh, bring again my heart's content,
Thou Spirit of the Summertime ! A Day-dream's Reflection
Chequer'd with woven shadows as I lay
Among the grass, blinking the watery gleam,
I saw an Echo-Spirit in his bay
Most idly floating in the noontide beam.
Slow heaved his filmy skiff, and fell, with sway
Of ocean's giant pulsing, and the Dream,
Buoyed like the young moon on a level stream
Of greenish vapour at decline of day,
Swam airily, watching the distant flocks
Of sea-gulls, whilst a foot in careless sweep
Touched the clear-trembling cool with tiny shocks,
Faint-circling; till at last he dropt asleep,
Lull'd by the hush-song of the glittering deep,
Lap-lapping drowsily the heated rocks. Autumnal Sonnet
Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods,
And day by day the dead leaves fall and melt,
And night by night the monitory blast
Wails in the key-hold, telling how it pass'd
O'er empty fields, or upland solitudes,
Or grim wide wave; and now the power is felt
Of melancholy, tenderer in its moods
Than any joy indulgent summer dealt.
Dear friends, together in the glimmering eve,
Pensive and glad, with tones that recognise
The soft invisible dew in each one's eyes,
It may be, somewhat thus we shall have leave
To walk with memory,--when distant lies
Poor Earth, where we were wont to live and grieve.
It was very powerful with most of different color, sometimes blue and green i find for the first. The voici is beautiful. All of this album is a concentrate of delcious tune, i like the synth who is using on track 2. Melody is very good too with good constructions in the whole. Thanks for sharing all of this. Are you already work with movies or tv ? i feel soundtrack when i listen your album. If you want you can discover and note my last album improvised https://www.jamendo.com/fr/list/a147970/variations-sur-un-theme-pour-chopin Musically P.P
Based on the Artist's Liner Notes this Album is Inspired by the Poetry of W. Allingham. The Instrumentation is overwhelmingly Orchestral with Flashes of Traditional Celtic Influence( Virtual Bagpipes and Virtual Irish Fiddle(Violin) Reels ). Vocals have a Gentle and, in my opinion, Androgenous Quality. Even though the Manner of Vocalization is in the Form of Ballads some of the Music is rather Vibrant and Energetic( Track #1. 'Song'). Track #2. 'A Day-Dream's Reflection' deviates from the Symphonic Style somewhat is more of a Easy Listening Pop-Ambient Electronica Hybrid. Track #3. 'Autumnal Sonnet' is the most Cinema Symphonic Soundtrack-like. In short, the Songs are not purely, Symphonic, Celtic or Electronic but a well Blended Fusion of the Three.