This sentence is how a description of the subject of today's post begins over at ccMixter.org. The track was produced by long-time BSWC friend, Gurdonark. He has been a mixter at the Creative Commons remix site since November of 2005.
We've included his work on the blog and on the BSWC radio program. You can find this work here, here, here, here, and here.
This track is vintage Gurdonark. It was posted to the site this past November. In a review of this piece at ccMixter, mixter SacJo22 uses a term, (coined by Gurdonark himself), new to us, but fitting for the style, weirdbient.
We'll let Gurdonark explain:
Mary Emma Jones, a 19th Century Stage actress, performed as Miss Clive. Histories remember her as the companion of English artist Frederick Sandys, a Pre-Raphaelite painter. Mr. Sandys gave her the nickname Proud Maisie, as in the (now public domain) poem of that title by Sir Walter Scott...I tried to take the music to an other, dream-like place, where everything is too simple and not simple at all.Music connects us through shared stories and through melodies without a narrative.
Gurdonark - Maisie's Dream