Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell | Mariner's Way

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Mariner's Way

by Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell

The music here explores the mythical journey of the mariner, travelling across Dartmoor, on the ancient track known as the Mariner's Way.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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Album Notes
A combination of improvisations and duets using gamelan, singing bowl, flute, alto flute, bass flute, soprano saxophone and bass clarinet, exploring the mythical journey of the mariner, traveling across Dartmoor, on the ancient track known as the Mariner's Way.


As heard on BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction December 2010

While listening to this disc, I felt as if I were entering a calm dream-world, sitting on a raft in the middle of the ocean, peaceful and adrift. This helped to ease me out of the usual daily stress of every day life...
...the flute and soprano sax float around one another sublimely...
...the pure-toned, immensely suspense-filled flute... Downtown Music Gallery, New York

..remarkably consistent, a crepuscular meditation, often on the threshold of silence.. the flute whispers delicately over a distant throb of Tibetan bowls.It's not so far from the restrained mode of John Surman's recent ECM solos...These are dark, serious mood pieces that seem to linger among the unoccupied rural corners of England's myth-sodden terrain.. Rob Young, The Wire (Feb 2011)

A beautiful evocative album that can work like a movie, a silent landscape documentary with images with no further explanations needed **** Radio Antwerp

New, ambient soundscape music...
Slow, minimal pieces, nothing too easy or more complicated than necessary...
Simple, sober use of resources, understated lyricism...a great silent CD Dutch Radio 6



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