Tag Archives: Isobel Campbell

WHERE THEY INVENTED CRICKET, TO HAVE IDEA OF ETERNITY – From Arbroath to Dalston, following the creative vein of four special people.

Traveling where you too will say, “I’m leaving because the weather is too good”. Born on a March day, 1865 in Sunderland, she was the daughter of a Presbyterian minister from Scotland. She is seen as a forerunner of a Scottish renaissance in inter-war poetry. Her prose writings were mainly in standard English. MARION ANGUS was a Scottish poet who …

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SINGING WITH A BEAUTY STYLE, UNCOMPROMISINGLY – Isobel Campbell: Creating bittersweet and ironic song writing.

A dream that’s in your head, suddenly become something that’s on tape Unusual ways to spark song writing creativity? It would be interesting to learn more about what “creativity” really is. Even if you had a good idea to start from, also a song can born from whatever came to your mind, during that time. You need waiting to write …

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