Down on the Farm: Little Dodnash Revisited

I went back to Little Dodnash just over a year after our residency.  It’s funny how somewhere that was just a name on a map has suddenly become familiar with all sorts of associations.   It was good to be out in the cold spring air and it was lambing time again and the little creatures were frisking about in the field as we walked.  It was very green after all the rain, and blustery.

I wanted to show my composer friend Richard Bolley the Priory stone so that we can think about a possible collaborative piece …

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