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Sigurdur Flosason: Green Moss Black Sand

Read "Green Moss Black Sand" reviewed by Chris Mosey

Icelandic alto saxophonist Sigadur Flosason joins forces with Swedish pianist Lars Jansson and his trio in an attempt to describe in music the desolate natural beauty of his homeland. He says: “The desert-like wasteland holds a singular kind of beauty. Perhaps not pretty in the usual sense of the word, it is beautiful in its stark and rough contrasts. Beauty lies in small things: in the slow-growing moss with its endless hues of color, in the black ...


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