The lost gardens of Heligan: IV - Walled Gardens by erica_macleod published on 2018-11-01T04:27:18Z The inspiration behind the suite is The lost gardens of Heligan. Located on the south west coast of the UK, it is a series of open spaces and gardens that were abandoned and lost during the first world war. They were rediscovered in the 1990s, and have since then been excavated and opened to the public. Each movement from this suite for solo cello will represent a different area within the gardens. This movement represents that walled gardens and creates a caged sound world that feels as though the cello is pushing against its own boundaries. Live recording, performed in the Osher Salon at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, by cellist Ernesto Cabezas.