Threnody (by Goldmund) is the work of composer and sound designer Keith Kenniff.  As well as Goldmund, he is also Helios and Mint Julep. And he creates custom music for films.

I pass through a park regularly, on my way to our allotment. There’s a path that runs between a railway line and a row of mixed trees, shrubs and brambles. I’ve gotten to know this path well and the bountiful greenery has furnished me with much material for eco printing purposes.

I wrote recently about some eco prints on silk I made from windfall oak flowers and young oak leaves gathered from the path as I walked.  About how the park is going to be used for housing.


Then I came across this lovely music. Threnody was a new word for me. It means lament and so was apt to accompany my silk prints, as they have become both epitaph and lament - for this park, which is also home to birds and other wildlife which, park, birdes and all, may not see another spring.  More ...