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Stephen Clarke


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Whale Song

Whale Song

alaska, October 1988. a trio of grey whales are trapped within a small patch of coastal sea which is rapidly freezing over. Local people try to cut a passage through the ice but their resources cannot cope. American forces are drafted in to help - and with them come news reporters and TV cameras. The race against time becomes serious and, in a rare example of East-West collaboration, a Soviet ice-breaker joins the struggle. The smallest whale disappears before the completion of a passage - which then freezes over again before the others have reached the end. The assumption is that they find open sea but no-one can ever be sure. WHaLE SONG recounts this remarkable true story as a musical parable of the benefits of co-operation and trust.

Music by Andrew Peggie, Lyrics by Stephen Clark

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Youth Oratorio, 35 min Youth audience

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