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Music inspired by the sea, presented by its composer, Lochaber musician Ingrid Henderson, in conversation with the head of NatureScot’s marine unit, Katy Gillham. The music was created for a new music and audiovisual show for the Year of Coasts and Waters. Mixing newly crafted music and song with ancient Gaelic melodies and powerful imagery and animation, it explores themes of ocean currents, migration and environmental impact as well as celebrating the rich marine life around us and the deep cultural connection of coastal communities to the sea. Music by Ingrid Henderson (harp/fiddle/vocals), Anna Massie (guitar/fiddle), Megan Henderson (fiddle/vocals/piano) and Conal McDonagh (Irish pipes/whistle).
Commissioned by NatureScot

First of all, sample the beautiful combination of music and animation and images from Message in a Bottle in a series of extracts from the forthcoming film, developed by NatureScot as a flagship contribution to the Year of Coasts and Waters. The extracts are brought together in a sequence, lasting around 16 minutes, after which the second link below will lead to the discussion between the composer Ingrid Henderson and Katie Gilham of NatureScot.

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After listening to the sequence of five extracts, with music and animation and images, you can join the discussion between Ingrid Henderson and Katie Gilham through the link below. If you would likethe additional option of being able to send them a question, you can go to the discussion via the Science Festival’s YouTube channel

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