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Category Archives: The Fisherman Songs
Finished another song for the song cycle The Fisherman Songs, As Above, So Below using text from Thoreau’s Walden (The Ponds).
Here is a photo of Walden Pond at dusk.
Using a bit of text out of “The Ponds” section from Thoreau’s “Walden” for a new song titled As Above, So Below for my Fisherman Songs cycle: Sometimes, after staying in a village parlor till the family had all retired, … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my July 19th post I decided to use W. B. Yeats’ poem “The Fisherman” as part of my song cycle The Fisherman Songs. The song is complete. The fly fisherman in the poem is both symbolic … Continue reading
I am using W.B. Yeats’ poem “The Fisherman” as part of my song cycle The Fisherman Songs: Although I can see him still, The freckled man who goes To a grey place on a hill In grey Connemara clothes At … Continue reading