Tonu Korvits – Moorland Elegies
Tonu Korvits © Marianne Korver
Moorland Elegies is a journey into the darkest, most mysterious corners of loneliness, to a place where you may not even dare to look. Tonu Korvits (*1969) is one of the most performed Estonian composers. The film Moorland Elegies is named after Tonu’s nine-part choir cycle, based on Emily Brontë’s almost gothic, dark poetry, that invokes spiritual conditions delicately translated into natural imagery. A visually stunning film about a composer, his music and the people who are deeply touched by his soundscapes.