remembering. reliving. rebuilding. self.

Haukur þór Harðarson’s music balances between what is perceivable and non-perceivable, yet physically felt and present.If one would to listen to his “Through the Whole Fabric of Your Being” they would constantly be bounced and flipped between the layers of air. One of which freely moves, and the other one slowly crystalizyng in front of…

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Into the wonderland with the Wanderer(s)

This piece of aural beauty arrived just in time to give that special sprinkle of wonder and make the weekend magical! Because Cassandra Miller‘s CD “O Zomer!”… it is, simply put, pure magic! The process of listening (or, well, my process of listening when purely being in the role of the experiencing-receptor) is almost always:…

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Sound’s Coming of Age

The lights dim. The piece starts. The setup seems to be clear. House left Yaron Deutsch. House right Tom Pauwels. Two electric guitars.  It will be only at the end that you will realise: this was not a duo. This was a solo. Where the Sound appeared from its future to its past, only to…

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Searching the beginning of time… [though Bryn Harrison’s “Receiving the Approaching Memory”]

It is difficult to “simply put” all the aspects of fascination with and by Bryn Harrison’s music, but one thing is certain – it is an absolute beautiful invasion of mind/soul/body.  Especially when it comes to the piece for violin and piano. “Receiving the Approaching Memory”. Somehow, it feels like while listening, one is reminiscing…

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Enchanting and whimsical: Suzanne Ciani’s Buchla Concertos, here to stay

The enchanting and whimsical “Buchla Concerts” (1975) of Suzanne Ciani – the untold story of the first woman on the proverbial moon. “… It was a manifesto and a gateway to a new world, that somehow never quite opened. If the unfamiliar, modernistic, melodic, pulses, tones and harmonics found on this 1975 live presentation/grant application/educational…

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The mesmerising Fail

“This is a piece about the failure, the tenacity, the frustration … Try to do something over and over time. And interrupted every time. But keep trying, though every attempt is harder and failure is even more difficult and frustrating than the last.” Milica Djordjevic Please follow and like us:

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