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Richard Skelton - Limnology (CD)

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  1. Richard Skelton ReleaseProduct Lastglacialmaximum Label Corbel Stone Press Catalogue Number CSPD Release Date March 20,
  2. Feb 09,  · Richard Skelton; Album The Complete Landings; Licensed to YouTube by Kobalt (AWAL Digital Limited) (on behalf of Corbel Stone Press), and 3 Music Rights Societies.
  3. Richard Skelton is a British musician. Following the death of his wife Louise in , he began to make music as a way of coming to terms with the tragedy. His music, which uses a number of instruments – principally guitar and violin, has been compared with that of Arvo Pärt among others. His recordings explicitly reference places of emotional resonance, specifically the West Pennine Moors, Missing: Limnology.
  4. Richard Skelton is a British musician. Following the death of his wife Louise in , he began to make music as a way of coming to terms with the tragedy. Using a number of instruments, notably guitar and violin, his music has been compared to Arvo Pärt amongst others.
  5. Limnology by Richard Skelton 8th January A book about rivers, lakes and other inland waterways, Limnology is a sequence of word-lists, text rivers and myth-poems that explore the rich corpus of water words found in English, the dialect of Cumberland, Icelandic, Anglo-Saxon, Gaelic, Irish, Manx, Welsh and Proto-Celtic.
  6. Limnology by Richard Skelton (signed) Published by Corbel Stone Press, (86 pages; paperback; cd + download code; Scárdán postcard) The Wire webshop price: £17 Postage and packing: UK - free Overseas airmail - £2 Subscribers to the print edition of The Wire get a discount of £2 off each copy.
  7. RICHARD SKELTON Limnology. Genre: MODERN CLASSICAL / AMBIENT. MP3 FLAC WAV View more. MP3 Release (1) CD; Quick View Play all (12) RICHARD SKELTON The Complete Marking Time CORBEL STONE PRESS Modern Classical / Ambient.
  8. Limnology by Richard Skelton, released 08 January 1. Limnology Limnology is the musical accompaniment to a book about rivers, lakes and other inland waterways, comprising a sequence of word-lists, text rivers and myth-poems that explore the rich corpus of water words found in English, the dialect of Cumberland, Icelandic, Anglo-Saxon, Gaelic, Irish, Manx, Welsh and Proto-Celtic.

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