Sacred Landscapes CD GLCD1001
After playing on Gordon Giltrap’s ‘Music for the Small Screen’ album, Sue knew it was time to venture forth and write and record her first solo album. ‘Sacred Landscapes’ was released in 1999 and featured 16 original tracks all relating to the legend and myths of Celtic Cornwall.
“I had developed the idea then of sitting in the Cornish landscape and letting the music come to me. It is how I still compose my music to this day”.
The album gained a grass roots following and with its folky influences, Sue went on to play some gigs with the Australian singer/songwriter, Pete Hawkes and supported the folk legends Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick.
The violin solo ‘Madron’ from the Sacred Landscapes album, was played extensively on SKY TV. The album also features ‘Pagan Celebration’, now better known as ‘Dance of the Red Glove’ , which has been adopted by the Goldsithney Charter Fair as its theme tune.