French electroacoustic composer Hervé Moire presents an elegant slice of nature on this one. Moire starts with field recordings from a quiet bank of the Loire river and adds to them musically. His process is digital, slickly layering droning tones on top of the field recordings, which are themselves full of birds, bullfrogs, crickets, rushing water, and other pleasant natural sounds. Moire’s light touch allows for a lot of space and a blending of the natural and the digital, so it’s not always easy to tell where one begins and ends. This blurring becomes more expressionistic and imaginative throughout the 23-minute piece, a contemplative and enigmatic response to the place.