“Seachanges (with danse macabre)” by Raymond Deane

When new art comes along, the majority who are accustomed to following rather than leading tend to decry it as worthless. History is strewn with examples of this phenomenon, the most famous being Vincent Van Gogh.

To open the senses to the new is to step outside the mundane, to allow oneself to be shocked and shaken. Learning to appreciate this experience is essential to living a full life. Enjoy this atmospheric piece, “Seachanges (with danse macabre)” in the context of these comments.

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