“Lavanda di Mare” is the opening track of “Ennio’s Muse” digital compilation, out now via Whitelabrecs.
“Ennio’s Muse” is a digital compilation album released by British record label Whitelabrecs, as a means to generate funds and interest into an ambitious project called “Return to Sea and Sardinia”. 2021 marks 100 years since D.H Lawrence’s travel book ‘Sea and Sardinia’, in which he documented his travels from Sicily, through the Mediterranean Sea and up through Sardinia, before returning to his Sicilian home.
In “Return to Sea and Sardinia”, photographer and film maker Daniele Marzeddu plans to retrace Lawrence’s steps, a full century on since the original voyage. The journey will be captured through photography and a documentary film, which will be scored by anonymous composer Glåsbird. This ambitious plan is currently underway as we all work together to hopefully obtain the funding needed to realise it. Whitelabrecs have decided to curate a digital compilation, in which all proceeds will be donated to “Return to Sea and Sardinia” for a period of 12 months.
The album is themed on cinematic scoring, inspired by the late great Ennio Morricone and throwing forward the themes of Mediterranean travel that lie ahead. The artists invited have been asked to produce a piece of music, as if they are scoring for an imaginary film. The result is a series of dream-infused pieces, in which you can expect modern classical composition and ambient moods, all draped under a clear-night-sky canopy of stars. The artists each pull in their own direction but collectively, Ennio’s Muse is bound as a cohesive whole which plays out like a movie.