Angelystor: A Call for Participation

December 21st, 2012 |  Published in Blog

Photo by Layla Legard

From Phil Legard’s Larkfall website:

“This place and this story have captured the imagination of my wife and I, and over the last month I’ve been working on a 40-minute piece of music about Angelystor. To read more background on the piece, see my earlier post Composing with Yew Spectres.

How You Can Participate

I’d like to make a public call for participation in this project, open until January 20th, 2013.

While considering what the voice of Angelystor might sound like, I decided that it would be an aggregate of voices of all ages and sexes – the ancestral voices of the parish.

I would like people (globally) to contribute to the project by sending a recording of themselves saying a name. This could be either:

1. “Sion (pronounced ‘Shon’) ap Robert” – a man who, local legend tells, heard his own name spoken by Angelystor, or

2. the name of a friend, family member or hero you wish to memorialise.”

More details, including how to send your submission, available at Larkfall.

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