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Hallo Georg, deine neue Homepage gefällt mir sehr gut, sie ist übersichtlich, vielseitig, informativ und sehr interessant, man verweilt gerne, liest, denkt, horcht…..
Christine Lehmann, 9. Mai 2022

Ganz herzlichen Dank für deine Beschreibung „Umkehr“, das war mir jetzt sehr hilfreich…Ich hab mir auch das Musikstück angehört, ich kenne mich mit Musik nicht so aus, von daher ein ungefilterter Eindruck von mir, das hat was, sicherlich nicht unbedingt bequem, und dann auch, als ob da noch manches zwischen den Zeilen / Noten wäre …
M.S., Mai 2022

In my search for human identity, I meet poets and composers whose ideas and artistic expression touch me. The series „Canticum Lyca`s“ is inspired by the poem „The little Girl Lost“ written by the English poet William Blake. I have also chosen to listen to the musical interpretation of part of the poem under the title “Lyca’s Song” by the Austrian composer Georg Gottschamel. The story is about a girl who „leaves“ her parents and meets her own „adulthood“. It can be interpreted as a liberation and an awakening. Lyca symbolizes the soul of earth and man.
My interpretation of „Lyca`s song“ are six works („Lyca’s Song“, „The abode of the Soul“, „Consolation“, „Detachment“, „Towards awakening» and «The harmonious Garden»). Photos of them can be seen in


The paintings show the child in her detachment and developing to an independent individual. Blake’s poems tell about Lyca’s path through dangerous terrain in the face of wild animals, a parallel to what young people experience today. Many forces challenge us on who we should be, and children and young people need awareness and support in building their identity.
The poem has a prophetic sequel – “The little Girl Found” – that ends well. There is hope that the „earth“ will wake up from its sleep and again become a harmonious garden for all living things in line with our wishes today with climate commitment and change of values.
Kari Elisabeth Haug, April/2022