Impassive Dome

from by Sandra Bogerd

  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $1 AUD  or more



Impassive Dome was written by Theresa Wallner in 2000. The song is inspired by the family cat Gustav. Theresa and I both have a love of tonal clashes, which she makes excellent use of in this piece. (I use them in Kyrie).


He gashed my hand in silence
Immediately an impassive dome of redness rose
And kept growing (2x)
On turning my hand I discovered bleeding
Other lacerations which had started to bleed
Why had he done this? Why?
Today he spoke to me gently he rubbed my back affectionately
But when he lay down I thought "don't you slash me again"
At which he got up immediately and moved slightly away.


from In the Passive Voice, released November 1, 2007
Composer and lyricist: Theresa Wallner



all rights reserved


Sandra Bogerd Melbourne, Australia

Sandra Bogerd (aka Alexandra Uitdenbogerd) is an eclectic songwriting, composing, recording artist, with music varying from a cappella compositions to electronic instrumentals.

contact / help

Contact Sandra Bogerd

Streaming and
Download help