Morning begins in a gentle, dew covered field, surrounded by trees but open to the sky. The sun rises from behind the treeline, stretching lines of yellow warmth across the soft grass and flowers. As light reaches every corner of the expanse, birds begin to sing, and the cloudless sky slowly melts away night's purple quietude in favor of a beautiful baby blue. By noon, a light patter of rain begins to fall, much to the delight of the hundreds of different colored flowers. As the falling drops reach their crescendo, they produce a soothing wall of white noise, and if you listen closely enough, you can hear far-off melodies being played within it, perhaps by the Great God Pan. Having had their fill of hydration, the flowers droop with moist satisfaction, and the rainfall recedes. The field is once again still, and empty.
released January 11, 2015
W/P by Brian Grainger. Principally recorded at 114RKD, 2007, final recording at Botany Bay, January 2015. Mastered by The Analog Botanist. This is Milieu Music number SD19, and 19th in the 24-part Sun-Day set.