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Crazymilk - The Flaxen Hill

Crazymilk

The Flaxen Hill

Crazymilk & Windream

Released: 29th September 2014 | 1 track new age acoustic single

Crazymilk is a film score composer in Korea. She has released six digital single albums so far and she has some maniac fans for her cute, lovely songs. One of her songs, Cook Song, has been used as a soundtrack of the Korean TV show called The Laws of the Jungle.

She has worked as a music director for over 300 commercial films and she is currently expanding the scope of her career in various fields of music as an artist.

Crazymilk expressed sorrow which is contrasting to her existing image known for warm sensibility. The Flaxen Hill is a piano piece for fall, which has been inspired by Debussy's La Fille Aux Cheveux (The Girl with the Flaxen Hair in English).

The Flaxen Hill represents the flaxen (yellowish brown color) hill on some day in fall, around sunset. The word 'flax' from flaxen is a name of a plant which has been used for making fabric (also known as linen). This fabric is known to have yellowish brown color.

The cover was designed by Yaegook Jin, who is known for her own unique character.

Crazymilk is a film score composer in Korea. She has released six digital single albums so far and she has some maniac fans for her cute, lovely songs. One of her songs, Cook Song, has been used as a soundtrack of the Korean TV show called The Laws of the Jungle.

She has worked as a music director for over 300 commercial films and she is currently expanding the scope of her career in various fields of music as an artist.