Lautturin Viivat "The lines of the Ferryman" Length: 4:06 Composed by Jarno "Stakula" Sarkula, Marko Manninen
This is the last song of the evening from the Huuro Kolkkos memorial service after-party. His picture is hanging on the wall, surrounded by flowers and cards. The last guests are heavily drunk, remembering Huuro in tears. One older woman is still dancing slowly, all alone, eyes closed. The band is quietly playing the last number as the lights slowly fade out.
This 50s style song is a smooth number with mellow cellos, bass clarinet, clarinet and trombone melodies. Dual sopranos soften up the upper register like a dreamy whisper and contrabass clarinet visits before the end, reminding us the Ferryman is near. Lone cello ends the whole story in a sad but beautiful way.