You shall hear the fond tale
Of the sweet nightingale,
As she sings in those valleys below;
So be not afraid
To walk in the shade,
Nor yet in those valleys below,
Nor yet in those valleys below.
“Stay down below, till this blow over”
- 00:00 DreamScenes – Intro (Susanna)
- 00:36 Erik Griswold – Introduction
All’s Grist That Comes To The Mill, 2020, Room40
- 00:44 Martin Stig Andersen – Inside
Inside (game soundtrack), 2016, unreleased
- 04:58 Kemper Norton – Sweet Nightingale
Brunton Calciner, 2019, self-released
- 09:00 Eivind Aarset & Jan Bang – Asphalt Lake
Snow Catches On Her Eyelashes, 2020, Jazzland Recordings
- 13:41 Jacaszek – November Early
Music for Film, 2020, Ghostly International
- 17:24 Loscil – Tunnels
Lifelike, 2019, Frond
- 21:32 Seabuckthorn – Through A Vulnerable Occur (feat. Gareth Davis)
Through A Vulnerable Occur, 2020, Iikki
- 24:50 Mallard – Karplus
Nieuwe Elektronische Waar 14, 2020, Esc.Rec
- 28:53 Electric Indigo – Ferrum 5
Ferrum, 2020, Editions Mego
- 34:07 Maggi Payne – Distant Thunder (edit)
Arctic Winds, 2010/2020, Aguirre Records
- 40:43 Michel Banabila – Retreat
Always There, 2020, Self-released
- 44:40 Fabio R. Lattuca – Untitled
Matter, 2020, Midira
- 49:54 Steven M. Halliday – Für Alina
A Relation Of A Journey, 2013, self-released
- 53:14 Mára – A New Young Birth V
Here Behold Your Own, 2019, Sige Records
- 53:21 Fabio R. Lattuca – Stay Down Below, Till This Blow Over
Matter, 2020, MidiraMatter, 2020, Midira
- 58:56 DreamScenes – Outro (Dean Hurley)
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One question : Which artist has make a rework of “Für Alina” ? Michel Banabila or Fabio R. Lattuca ? Thanks
I ask this because the Steven Halliday track stars at 49.54 only lasts 04.31 and i heard piano long before that time. Am I right or wrong ?
Hello Philippe. The track with the piano is ‘Untitled’ by Fabio R. Lattuca. It contains the (uncredited, btw) Arvo Pärt sample. (The version by Steven M. Halliday is the version for two violins).
or maybe we have the possibility of listening with levels of attention that we didn’t have before.
Peter the quarantine is giving you brilliant selections!!!