Sial at Play (single) b​/​w The Serpent and the Dove

by In Gowan Ring

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released November 21, 2015

Baroque Flute - Emma Skemp
Viola - Geoge Boerner
Cello - Maya Fridman
Voice, Guitar, bowed bells - B'ee
Viola Bass - Joel Munther

'Sial at Play' is from the poem of the same title by Shaun Johnson, published in Mandragora by Scarlet Imprint.

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Rooted in poetic-folk traditions and veneration for the natural world, the Symbolist Folk Music of In Gowan Ring channels stories of stones and angels through homemade instruments and human voice.

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Track Name: Sial at Play (Alternate / Single Version)
Sial sings songs south of the river - Sial the sage
Sial serves voices so strangely they seem - Sial the mourner
There are no challengers here to his strange mystery

In the ages when his wild angels were wandering
South of the river to the cemetery calling

Out of the wild wilderness wandering
The forest of bones amid the wild wolves howling

Lately in mourning south of the river - Sial the Angel
Sial the sage of the ages is calling - He wanders no more
He watches and waits through the wind and the wild storm

All through the lands of the lilting lovers
The babies of angels their sons and their daughters
Following, following down through fields they wandered

Sial sings songs south of the river - Sial the sage
Sial serves voices so strangely they seem - Sial the Mourner
He watches and waits through the wind and the wild storm

Sial the sage of the ages is calling - Sial the angel
Sial the sage, the mourner, the angel - He wanders no more
Track Name: The Serpent and the Dove (non album track)
The serpent in the tree
The dove among the leaves
Wisps of wind through branches blowing

The feather and the thorn
A story and a stone
The candle in the night is glowing
The candle in the night is glowing

Around the garden's tree
Thousands of bees
The sage by the river playing

His voice in the winds
Green ribbons and limbs
Falling leaves from branches swaying
Falling leaves from branches swaying

The serpent in the tree
The dove among the leaves
Wisps of wind through branches blowing
Wisps of wind through branches blowing