What can anyone say about this piece that has not been said a thousand times before. It brings to mind an old pagan ritual, one performed in the depths of winter begging the gods for the return of spring and life. And the gods are granting it, filtering their life essence through the dead and frozen tendrils of those lain dormant, waking them to a new world and a new life.
Well, that's how I see it.
It's an amazing piece. Truly amazing, and awe-inspiring, and all those words that not matter how you use them just don't fit.