A Scottish Island - rendered in music

Just listening to this earlier while doing all the work to follow up from 2 days of ERASMUS meetings (of which more to come in a blog post in the next day or so.)

This is a wonderful piece of music, composed by William Jackson, one of the members of Ossian: one of my favourite ever bands.

The music conveys the atmosphere of different elements of the Scottish landscape, and ends with a suite of pieces named after islands including Iona, Islay and Jura.

It can be found on many of the usual music streaming services.


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