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Scottish and Danish composer Clarissa Connelly's debut album on Warp Records, "World of Work", is set to be released on April 12th. Over the years Clarissa has explored sacred sites and mythology, finding inspiration in Celtic and Nordic culture. For her most recent album, "The Voyager", Clarissa walked the Scandinavian landscape, channeling melodies from ancient pre-Christian sites. The album received global acclaim and was awarded the prestigious Nordic Music Prize. On "World of Work", Clarissa explores themes of acceptance and growth, by creating a sonic embroidery, a powerful testimony of her production and composition abilities.
Scottish and Danish composer Clarissa Connelly's debut album on Warp Records, "World of Work", is set to be released on April 12th. Over the years Clarissa has explored sacred sites and mythology, finding inspiration in Celtic and Nordic culture. For her most recent album, "The Voyager", Clarissa walked the Scandinavian landscape, channeling melodies from ancient pre-Christian sites. The album received global acclaim and was awarded the prestigious Nordic Music Prize. On "World of Work", Clarissa explores themes of acceptance and growth, by creating a sonic embroidery, a powerful testimony of her production and composition abilities.
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Clarissa Connelly - World Of Work [Download Included]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: WARP RECORDS
Rel. Date: 04/12/2024
UPC: 5056614708035

World Of Work [Download Included]
Artist: Clarissa Connelly
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Into This, Called Loneliness
2. The Bell Tower
3. An Embroidery
4. Life of the Forbidden
5. Wee Rosebud
6. The Excess of Sorrow, Laughs
7. Turn to Stone
8. Tenderfoot
9. Crucifer
10. S.O.S. Song of the Sword

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Scottish and Danish composer Clarissa Connelly's debut album on Warp Records, "World of Work", is set to be released on April 12th. Over the years Clarissa has explored sacred sites and mythology, finding inspiration in Celtic and Nordic culture. For her most recent album, "The Voyager", Clarissa walked the Scandinavian landscape, channeling melodies from ancient pre-Christian sites. The album received global acclaim and was awarded the prestigious Nordic Music Prize. On "World of Work", Clarissa explores themes of acceptance and growth, by creating a sonic embroidery, a powerful testimony of her production and composition abilities.
        
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