Fly Into My Vapour Arms

by Kerrin Tatman

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Debut EP from contemporary classical composer Kerrin Tatman


released July 1, 2015

All music composed by Kerrin Tatman © 2015
Piano, cello and vocals: Kerrin Tatman
Soprano: Freya Bryson
Recorded and mixed at Queenswood School by Tim Shaw
Album Artist: Jonjo O'Connor



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Kerrin Tatman Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Kerrin Tatman is a contemporary classical composer that specialises in inter-disciplinary projects. He writes a variety of stage and incidental music for choirs, orchestras and small ensembles. Influences include Stravinsky, Sibelius, Ligeti and Arvo Part, but also Eastern European folk music, puppetry and the circus arts. ... more

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Track Name: Amy Johnson's Last Flight
I, I searched, I searched for the wind to set me free,

the wind who lies, lies in your skies.

Write back soon for the wait grows longer in this tomb.

Fly above your skies,

Into my vapour arms.

Fly, fly with, fly with me to upper atmospheres

and we will soar, soar once more, once more.

I, I had, I had found a vent for all my fear,

but now I lay wasted here.

The Gypsy Moth lies crushed and burnt.

But, I must keep going on and on.

Jason please take my hand and fly again.

Angel gone, to my skies, where I cannot fly anymore,

fly anymore,

fly anymore.
Track Name: Coming (Text by Philip Larkin)
On longer evenings,
Light, chill and yellow,
Bathes the serene
Foreheads of houses.
A thrush sings,
In the deep bare garden,
Its fresh-peeled voice
Astonishing the brickwork.
It will be spring soon,
It will be spring soon --
And I, whose childhood
Is a forgotten boredom,
Feel like a child
Who comes on a scene
Of adult reconciling,
And can understand nothing
But the unusual laughter,
And starts to be happy.

By Philip Larkin