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About the work:
Queen of Demons was the second of Gareth Farr's orchestral works to be inspired by the Hebrew myth of the demon Lilith (the first was Lilith's Dream of Ecstasy).
After Lilith was cast out of the garden of Eden for being too dominant in character, she reformed herself as a great demon and began to produce lilim(baby Liliths) at the rate of one thousand a day – her band of demons.
This work evokes the terrifyingly beautiful sight of Lilith at the head of her flock of black demons, flying through the air, plummeting from the sky and creating havoc wherever they land.