Wild Hackney

Fresh from winning a Silver Sony Award  for Night in Hackney Francesca my daughter and producer has given me the chance to narrate another piece Wild Hackney  that  takes  its inspiration from the Victorian Gothic novel After London by Richard Jefferies that describes London reverting to nature after a flood, with only a few survivors roaming the marshland under which the once great city is submerged. Francesca at her compositional best in exploring a scenario that might still become a reality [although it’s a huge comfort that we could all take refuge in the Olympic Stadium].

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~ by Frank Burnet on July 22, 2011.

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