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The Sound of Rathclogh
August 18, 2020 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

This track starts out in the yard by the old farmhouse, on a very windy, but warm and sunny spring day. Crows are all around the yard and through the orchard at the back of the farm. Silage is being cut nearby and, as we leave the orchard heading out towards the fields, birds can be heard nestling in the nearby barn. The wind blows through the building; outside it gusts through the gates and railings before we head off down the track that leads out to fields. At this point there are trees either side; slowly the space opens up and we’re out into the tall winter barley that stirs in the wind.

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