The form of this piece is essentially a toccata with a slow introduction. The music describes the notorious whirlpool - Corrievrechan - that exists between two of the Inner Hebridean islands. The surrounding land is also wild and uninhabitable and, in describing the scene, the music projects an atmosphere of menacing turbulence.
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