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SoCorpo

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Inelement

Label: Ears Wide Open Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: On the Root: Earth; Luminar: Fire; Everywhere & Nowhere: Void; Kaleidophonia; Always Changing: Water; Immensity: Air; Borealis.

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SoCorpo: Inelement

Read "Inelement" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The sophomore release of New York-based SoCorpo--the vocal duo of Sasha Bogdanowitsch and Sabrina Lastman, who released their self-produced On Becoming in 2009--is a conceptual work, drawing its inspiration from the ancient world's five essential elements: fire, water, air, earth and aether, or void. This conceptual set of compositions, all of which were written as an ...

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On Becoming

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: Breathing; Cave Chatter; Dona; Distant March; Behind the Curtain; Becoming; Passing Murmurs; Unearthing the Channel; How Do I Live; Conversation; Pulsation; Returning.

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SoCorpo: On Becoming

Read "On Becoming" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


SoCorpo's debut is one of those recordings that could easily fly under the radar. Composed of two vocal artists who are based in New York--multi-instrumentalist Sasha Bogdanowitsch, also heard on Meredith Monk's Impermanence (ECM, 2008) , and Uruguay-born Sabrina Lastman, who has also collaborated with Monk. Both of them also partnered previously on Bogdanowitsch's SaReel Project. ...


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