Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell | Coracle of Life

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Coracle of Life

by Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell

Classic acoustic soundscapes inspired by the sculptures of the artist André Wallace.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Arrival
Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell
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2. Black X-Ray
Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell
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3. Cortège I
Susie Hodder-Williams
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4. Innocence of Life
Susie Hodder-Williams
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5. Green Crystal
Susie Hodder-Williams
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6. Innocence of Youth
Susie Hodder-Williams
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7. Boatswain's Call
Susie Hodder-Williams
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8. Dreams
Susie Hodder-Williams
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9. Cortège II
Susie Hodder-Williams
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10. Folk of Life
Susie Hodder-Williams
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Coracle of Life

This music was inspired by a series of sculptures by André Wallace which were first exhibited with an audio backdrop at Poole Museum, UK from October 2018 to January 2019.


'The journey of the soul carried by the coracle of life'

Ten compositions shaped by two musicians.

Sounds which transcend the boundaries of time and space yet reside in a place of belonging.

Flute, piccolo, bass clarinet, soprano/alto/baritone sax, piano, gamelan, bass drum and harmonium.

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