Leo Svirsky
River Without Banks

31,00

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about the record

Dedicated to his first piano teacher Irena Orlov, River Without Banks is a mesmerizing, emotional collection of pieces that are simultaneously complex and fluid. Arranged for two pianos with accompaniment from strings, trumpet, and electronics, this is Svirsky’s deepest dive yet into the instability of listening and its transformation of musical semantics and affect. Like Wolfgang Voigt’s Gas project, Svirsky overlays romantic musical gestures to create a lush unfamiliarity. No sooner than each track begins the next moment unfurls beneath it, cascading time and blurring perception of past and present.

  1. 1 - Field of Reeds 7:53
  2. 2 - River Without Banks 4:14
  3. 3 - Rain, Rivers, Forest, Corn, Wind, Sand 6:18
  4. 4 - Trembling Instants 5:11
  5. 5 - Strange Lands and People 10:14
  6. 6 - Fanfare (after Jeromos Kamphuis) 7:32

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Leo Svirsky
River Without Banks

31,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Field of Reeds 7:53
  2. 2 - River Without Banks 4:14
  3. 3 - Rain, Rivers, Forest, Corn, Wind, Sand 6:18
  4. 4 - Trembling Instants 5:11
  5. 5 - Strange Lands and People 10:14
  6. 6 - Fanfare (after Jeromos Kamphuis) 7:32

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about the record

Dedicated to his first piano teacher Irena Orlov, River Without Banks is a mesmerizing, emotional collection of pieces that are simultaneously complex and fluid. Arranged for two pianos with accompaniment from strings, trumpet, and electronics, this is Svirsky’s deepest dive yet into the instability of listening and its transformation of musical semantics and affect. Like Wolfgang Voigt’s Gas project, Svirsky overlays romantic musical gestures to create a lush unfamiliarity. No sooner than each track begins the next moment unfurls beneath it, cascading time and blurring perception of past and present.

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