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Posted: April 08 2012, 16:53

Greetings all,

Some time ago I visited a truly magical place called Glendalough, Ireland and I decided to write a song about it:

http://youtu.be/vjj_XlJrCI0

The video is absolute low-budget, but anyway... I hope you like it :)

Best regards,
ClausM


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Posted: April 08 2012, 17:14

;) Nice track , very nice really !!! and for the video well it's not that bad for a low budget ! ;)
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Posted: April 09 2012, 15:52

Whenever I take a camara with me on holidays I have to ask my wife to take a shot of me too, otherwise it's just like she has been there on her own.  :D

I like the music too especially the flute. Clearly influenced by the Master. Well done.


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Posted: April 11 2012, 11:46

Thanks a lot for the most kind comments, it feels really good to share my music with all you devoted MO-fans here.

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Posted: April 11 2012, 15:09

The devotion has worn of a little over the years, i'm affraid.
Still like his music though.


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Posted: April 11 2012, 18:59

Yes, I am with you, oblique - the authenticity of MOs music has greatly suffered.

Nonetheless Glendalough is a very fine piece of music - I like it. Kudos!

Cheers, Klaus  :)
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Posted: April 17 2012, 07:02

Thanks, Klaus, it's most appreciated! :)

Cheers,
ClausM


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Posted: July 06 2020, 05:49

I have a few of your songs or rotation on SoundCloud. Your unique take on MO's style of music is genuinely inspiring. As someone who has also been to Ireland, I understand how their music seeps into your soul.
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Posted: Mar. 19 2021, 00:02

Quote (ClausM @ April 09 2012, 05:53)
Greetings all,

Some time ago I visited a truly magical place called Glendalough, Ireland and I decided to write a song about it:

http://youtu.be/vjj_XlJrCI0

The video is absolute low-budget, but anyway... I hope you like it :)

Best regards,
ClausM


Great work Claus!
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Posted: Mar. 20 2021, 21:03

Yes, this piece certainly caught the mood of the scenery - and obviously is very much in the spirit of Voyager.

I notice the person in the video at 35 seconds raises his head in just the way Mike does in the video of "The Time has Come".

There's a Glendalough in Western Australia as well, but it's not nearly as impressive. Its main claim to fame is a railway station that could well feature in Mediocre Railway Journeys of the World. The anagram "Golden Laugh" would be appropriate in that case  :cool:
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Posted: Mar. 22 2021, 00:03

Lovely work Claus, I actually liked the video as well.
Shades of Argiers and nicely pastoral.
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