Piotr Kurek
World Speaks

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about the record

"I saw an old photo of a group of people standing in a circle, facing each other. I imagined they were singing but I’m not sure about it … I guess it was just a gathering or some kind of dance choreography near the rocky seashore."

Piotr Kurek (°1978) is a Warsaw based composer and multi-instrumentalist. Through his unconventional use of various electronic instruments and synthesisers he cultures hypnotic worlds drenched in peculiar arrangements. World Speaks is his new album. It consists of seven vivid paintings. We are greeted by processed voices. A bit later we listen to a fine reed solo, while an organist performs a meditative melody.

Hints of a human presence, but World Speaks sounds uninhabited. Instead we enter a glassy reality where the simulation is at play. And where nothing seems what it is: are we witness to the choreography – or the rocky seashore?

  1. 1 - Chordists 4:16
  2. 2 - A Source of All Scenery 5:46
  3. 3 - Soloists 2:06
  4. 4 - Montufar Piotr Kurek 4:30
  5. 5 - Key & Stop 2:21
  6. 6 - World Speaks 5:37
  7. 7 - Orgue 3:49

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Piotr Kurek
World Speaks

26,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Chordists 4:16
  2. 2 - A Source of All Scenery 5:46
  3. 3 - Soloists 2:06
  4. 4 - Montufar Piotr Kurek 4:30
  5. 5 - Key & Stop 2:21
  6. 6 - World Speaks 5:37
  7. 7 - Orgue 3:49

Embed

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about the record

"I saw an old photo of a group of people standing in a circle, facing each other. I imagined they were singing but I’m not sure about it … I guess it was just a gathering or some kind of dance choreography near the rocky seashore."

Piotr Kurek (°1978) is a Warsaw based composer and multi-instrumentalist. Through his unconventional use of various electronic instruments and synthesisers he cultures hypnotic worlds drenched in peculiar arrangements. World Speaks is his new album. It consists of seven vivid paintings. We are greeted by processed voices. A bit later we listen to a fine reed solo, while an organist performs a meditative melody.

Hints of a human presence, but World Speaks sounds uninhabited. Instead we enter a glassy reality where the simulation is at play. And where nothing seems what it is: are we witness to the choreography – or the rocky seashore?

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