Composing The Cosmos

Composing The Cosmos

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Track-by-Track

In this series of articles I’ll be taking listeners through a track-by-track analysis of
Wonders of the Cosmos, an epic new album inspired by amazing photos and mind-blowing features of our universe.
Recorded at Abbey Road
and on location at Ely Cathedral
Featuring Edmund Aldhouse (Organ)
and Grace Davidson (Soprano)
Published by Audio Network


Track 1 - Cosmic Background

The first track on our journey through the cosmos starts 46 Billion Years ago amidst the mysterious, diffuse and opaque surroundings of the afterglow from the Big Bang.


Track 2 - Whirlpool Galaxy

Our next stop on this Cosmic Journey is the aptly named ‘Whirlpool Galaxy’, a.k.a Messier 51a, in the constellation Canes Venatici. It’s a spiral armed galaxy a mere 60 000 light years across, and made famous by a number of famous Hubble Space Telescope images.

Track 3 - Star-Cluster

Omega Centauri. A City of Stars. Teeming with the light of a million suns, each one a unique landmark amidst a terrain of dust and gas and the third cosmic landmark of this album, on our journey from the early Universe back to planet earth.

Track 7 - Under A Gibbous Moon

Continually falling towards the Earth, yet never reaching it, our nearest celestial body waits in continuous suspension over us.