Posted on 12/18/2018 at 02:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
For the next few months, visitors to the Bronte family home can immerse themselves in Emily’s world like never before.
Three musicians teamed up to adapt some of Emily’s poetry into songs, which they composed on the author’s piano and recorded at the Parsonage.
And while you can purchase this music to enjoy at home, visitors to the Parsonage can listen to it while walking on an audio trail.
Book your trip now, though, because the trail (which just opened) closes at the end of March.
Read more about this projected — called the Emily Bronte Song Cycle — in the Guardian.
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