I’ve been playing around again . . . at what is becoming one of my favourite forms of relaxation, setting a video of some aspect of the natural world against one of my favourite pieces of music. Although I have chopped it around a bit for the purpose of this film, the ‘raw material’ started life as a single take of about 29 minutes, which was a bit tiring but remarkable to do.
I am aware that I am ‘borrowing’ this music without permission so, if I offend copyright in so doing, please let me know and I will take it down.
This actual recording, in the form of a little 45 rpm disc, was known by certain of my friends at University as Nicolas’s Catharsis Music! It was used often, sometimes more than once a day, when student angst was upon me and it often did me much good. I think that the water would have helped!
[I put up this post some weeks ago but lowered it when I found the video totally unsatisfactory. It is better this time and that is all due, yet again, to patient help from Natalie d’Arbeloff.]
If you are interested in this little movie, you can play it, bigger and better, here.
Nicolas, it’s wonderful – a perfect marriage of sound and sight. I’ll email some more technical info.