May 14, 2014

Something Wonderful: The Outer Dark

Imogen Holst recalls a 1918 performance by the London Symphony Orchestra: “But it was the end of Neptune that was unforgettable, with its hidden chorus of women’s voices growing fainter and fainter in the distance, until the imagination knew no difference between sound and silence.” - – Futility Closet

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Humanity keeps dreaming Neptune dreams only to awaken on Mars.

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