Carra's Lament (w-cl.it)
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Nominated by the crew for either outstanding quality, technique or creativity (or combination of) on 28th Feb 2008
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the Feadanaigh Epic "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams, wandering by the lone sea-breakers, and sitting by the desolate streams." - Arthur O'Shaughnessy the Feadanaigh Epic is my long term project, which consists of three parts. - Wind on the Moors - Whistler's Bride - Carra's Lament Feadanaigh is old Eire and translates as Whistle Player ----------- Carra's Lament Carramaena had been sick for a long. A fey child, yet everyone had grown fond of her. Even the sullen Garedd, though he'd never admit it. Her lifeless body seemed impossibly thin and pale in the moonlight. Her red and golden wealth of hair seemed haggard and lifeless. Her mother's keening cut through the still night. in the distance, owl could be heard calling. tears shone in her father's eyes Garedd was lost in thought; or in guilt perhaps. he was the one who most often had bullied Carra. He leaned against a tree as if it could somehow sustain him. obviously, it failed, for Garedd sat down abrubtly, knees failing. the others stood mute witness; sharing the grief of her loved ones. The bard had finished the ancient prayers for those who are to pass beyond. He was the first to notice the dark stain in Garedd's shirt. His dagger was neatly buried in his chest. Few inches left from the golden ring hanging from his neck. The Claddagh ring, intertwined with a single, shining lock of red-gold hair - his secretly cherished treasure. the Claddagh soaked in his lifeblood hung testimony to how much had never been said. ----------- the Closing Words It's time to declare my Feadanaigh Epic complete. When I began tracking "Moors of Ireland" the idea was already forming in my head, but then I planned nothing like this... But it's done, so let's call it a wrap. I feel each part has a character. As the saga goes on, the emotional aspects get simpler and simpler; Moors of Ireland packs together the mystic atmosphere of Celtic Countryside, the contrast of Irish melancholy and the fiery feasting. Whistler's Bride is a song of loss and sacrifice; symbol of choosing the priorities in one's life. Carra's Lament is precious for me. It symbolizes grief and the only way to overcome it; realizing its captivating beauty. The low tinwhistle was very dominant in this trilogy, thus the name "Feadanaigh" which means whistle player. Please enjoy this work. signed Warder warder_dlc.fi http://www.dlc.fi/~warder All comments and mails are warmly welcomed. E-mail answer rate 100%
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