Taking only a backpack and his cello, Louis journeys to the place of his dreams, Lapland. It is there that he lives in a primitive cabin alone in the wilderness. His life is filled with simple pleasures: observing the northern lights, catching a fish and making music. The joy of late summer in the northern tip of Europe is enhanced by an encounter with a mysterious singing voice who often leaves a jug of fresh reindeer milk on Louis' doorstep. In memory of their unique encounter, he gives the gift of a pressed wild rose. A very mysterious story - not only for music lovers. David Ingram narrates this story full of suspense accompanied by Kim Märkl's wonderful music.The cello and the wondrous voice form a magical duet. Following the story, there is the bonus track "Polar music" by Kim Märkl.