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Johann Johannsson and Yair Elazar Glotman: Last and First Men Documentary and Soundtrack

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Both ambient and classical music have the power to transcend the boundaries and take the listener to otherworldly places. By blending these two seemingly different genres throughout his illustrious, potent but brief career, the late composer Johann Jóhannsson often managed to evoke difficult and complicated to describe emotions in his music. This prolific and groundbreaking composer ...

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Max Richter: Creativity and Culture are Part of How Society Talks to Itself

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An accomplished composer working across chamber and orchestral music, ballet, theater, installations, film and TV music, Max Richter has built his career on defying expectations, diversity, and taking chances. Over the course of 20 years, he has continually produced captivatingly idiosyncratic music that seamlessly and imaginatively blends a minimalist aesthetic with gentle ambient music. As such, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Max Richter: Voices

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Music is one of the most powerful means of expression. Artists have always been able to express and channel their innermost thoughts and emotions into their music. Regardless if it's a protest, a response to racism, civil rights songs, debate, speaking truth to power or a universal plea for peace, the artists have been channeling these ...

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Stones From the Inside: Rare and Unseen Images

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Stones From the Inside: Rare and Unseen Images Bill Wyman 272 Pages ISBN: 978-1788840699 Acc Art Books 2020 The most important musician in a band is the drummer. Everyone agrees that no group is better than its drummer. Then there are the singers—aka the frontmen—and the lead guitarists, and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Vikingur Olafsson: Music Can Take Us To A Better Place

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The Icelandic classical pianist Vikingur Olafsson has built an impressive international career. Sought after by top orchestras and major concert venues worldwide, his records are published by the renowned Deutsche Gramophone. Olafsson's playing impresses with its brilliance, projection and exactitude, eliciting an impressive range and diversity of colors from his piano. On the other hand, Olafsson ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roger and Brian Eno: Mixing Colours

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In a storied and kaleidoscopic career which has seen him change the course of music several times, it is fair to say that British musician, producer and visual artist, Brian Eno has never been one to park himself in the same spot for too long. It will come as little surprise then, that his latest effort, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Branka Parlic: Inities 2017

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Thirty-two years since pianist Branka Parlic's debut recording of the music of French composer Erik Satie, Inities 1988 (M Production, 1988), she offers another take on his work. Parlic, who is a lecturer at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia, is also a professional pianist whose repertoire consists predominantly of works by modern-day composers ...

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The Philip Glass Ensemble plays the music of the Qatsi Trilogy at Philharmonie de Paris

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Philip Glass Ensemble Philharmonie de Paris Qatsi Trilogy Paris, France 06-08.12.19 In a long and illustrious career laden with major works and countless performances, the “Qatsi trilogy" holds a special place in composer Philip Glass' oeuvre. The Qatsi refers to the three documentaries or art films directed by Godfrey ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Ólafur Arnalds at Sava Centar, Serbia

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Ólafur Arnalds Sava Centar Belgrade, Serbia November 20, 2019 Two stops before the end of his 18-month world tour, Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds and his band brought amazing sounds and otherworldly visuals to Belgrade. The long and successful world tour was in support of his fantastic ambient album re:member (2018) ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Hildur Gudnadottir: Telling Stories with Music

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Musician and composer Hildur Gudnadottir has spent the past decade creating some of the most unique and indelible music and film scores in modern memory. Much like her fellow Icelanders Jóhann Jóhannsson and Ólafur Arnalds, Gudnadóttir has been composing weighty and layered ambiances and soundscapes. Her solo work obliterates the line between contemporary classical music and ...


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