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Tim Raymond's dramatic and inventive organ piece was
composed for the instrument in St Bavo's Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium, and was inspired by a
plainchant melody found in a manuscript compiled there in 1481. Atmospheric, mysterious and fluid
textures alternate with energetic, toccata-like passages, reflecting and transforming the pitch
structures and temporal proportions of the chant - a meditation on the Trinity. A further
dimension connects and resonates with the colourful pantheism and cosmic symbolism of the Van Eyck
brothers' famous fifteenth- century altarpiece, The Adoration of the Sacred Lamb, created for, and
housed in, St Bavo's.