Ailein Duinn

  1. Bertram Henze
    Bertram Henze
    In 1788, the sea captain Alan Morrison sailed from Lewis to Harris to marry Anna Campbell but didn't make it - his ship sank. This is Anna's lament for her dark-haired Alan.

    I borrowed some stylistic hints from Rembrandt van Rijn and Edvard Munch for the visual part here.

  2. Jairo Ramos Parra
    Jairo Ramos Parra
    All beautiful, chapeau!
  3. Simon DS
    Simon DS
    Bertram that’s serious, my man! Really well played.
    Beautifully sung too and the colours, great and the fade to the painting at the end is magical.
  4. Gelsenbury
    Gelsenbury
    As Simon says (see what I've done there?), the whole thing is very arty, a proper music video! Regina's singing sounds like the echo of another world.
  5. Brian560
    Brian560
    Bertram, that is a very enjoyable presentation in every way.
  6. Frithjof
    Frithjof
    Regine performed this mournful elegy such beautiful. Your accompaniment give a good support to her voice, Bertram.
    This video is a true piece of art.
  7. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Very haunting, Bertram and Regina. As Simon says (I'm doing it too, Dennis) a serious creative piece.
  8. Bertram Henze
    Bertram Henze
    Thanks all, and I must admit to two things:

    - of course, there is a better version of this song out there
    - this is the first time I heard about that "Simon says" thing

    Regards from Regina to all, and especially to you, John.
  9. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    I agree Bertram. As Simon said....and wow on the end piece.
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