It is warm. The butterfly in the field is enjoying the heat of the sun. It dozes off, gently floating. In its dream it begins to search for the home of the beams of light. With fluttering flight, it races with the light in its long journey. It has already been asleep for eight minutes when it reaches the home of the light. Here the swarming movement is unimaginably intense. Suddenly huge pieces fly off from the swirling yellow-redness. Here the Earth is just a speck of dust. In ever more and ever greater explosions a small part of the body of the sun becomes visible. After the great confusion suddenly all will be calm. The butterfly, waking up from the drowsiness of the day, thinks happily to itself, "That's why it is better for me in this world?"
from Total Eclipse
released June 1, 2016
Composed, arranged and performed by Laszlo Kovacs, Zsolt Vidovenyecz
Mixed and mastered by Laszlo Kovacs
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