You may like to treat yourself to a quick look at this, from the Waveney and Blyth Arts website:

“This is Waveney & Blyth Arts first commission to create new work that conjures up the spirit of these unique river valleys.

Having successfully raised money from the National Lottery through Arts Council England, we commissioned composer and clarinettist Karen Wimhurst to write the music for a new choral work inspired by the Waveney & Blyth.

We also commissioned Diss born and bred poet Joanna Guthrie to write the words, and singer and choir leader Sian Croose to be musical director.

In this video feature Joanna Guthrie reads her poem about reeds, which was one of her starting points for the ten poems that have become the libretto for Translated by Reeds.

We also meet Nicky, Karen and Sian who talk about the process of creating a totally new piece of music, to be performed by a totally new Waveney & Blyth community choir, to celebrate this ancient Waveney & Blyth landscape.” – Waveney and Blyth Arts Magazine.

Translated by Reeds