Moon Set, Moon Rise

27,00

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why we love this

A graceful conversation unfolds between the piano and cello, as they engage in a tender exchange where each instrument possesses its distinct voice yet seamlessly merges with the other. Perfect in its honest imperfection.

about the record

The 17 songs on this album are patient, exploratory, and dynamic. The keys tiptoe through space at some moments, and pirouette ecstatically at others. The cello provides a sonic backbone that glows like amber. With song titles like “Woman Reading a Letter” and “Light Coming On The Plains,” the album evokes vignettes of home, falling asleep with someone you love, learning to soothe yourself.

  1. 1 - Cliff By The Sea 1:00
  2. 2 - Impression Sunrise 1:00
  3. 3 - Jour de Pluie 1:00
  4. 4 - Come Sunday 1:00
  5. 5 - Contrasting Sounds 1:00
  6. 6 - Third Stream 1:00
  7. 7 - Universe 1971 1:00
  8. 8 - Electronic Superhighway 1:00
  9. 9 - Pyramids and Desert 1:00
  10. 10 - Woman Reading a Letter 1:00
  11. 11 - From Paradise By Night 1:00
  12. 12 - Light Coming On The Plains 1:00
  13. 13 - Memory The Heart 1:00
  14. 14 - Show Me As I Want To Be Seen 1:00
  15. 15 - WIP 1:00

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Moon Set, Moon Rise

27,00

out of stock

  1. 1 - Cliff By The Sea 1:00
  2. 2 - Impression Sunrise 1:00
  3. 3 - Jour de Pluie 1:00
  4. 4 - Come Sunday 1:00
  5. 5 - Contrasting Sounds 1:00
  6. 6 - Third Stream 1:00
  7. 7 - Universe 1971 1:00
  8. 8 - Electronic Superhighway 1:00
  9. 9 - Pyramids and Desert 1:00
  10. 10 - Woman Reading a Letter 1:00
  11. 11 - From Paradise By Night 1:00
  12. 12 - Light Coming On The Plains 1:00
  13. 13 - Memory The Heart 1:00
  14. 14 - Show Me As I Want To Be Seen 1:00
  15. 15 - WIP 1:00

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why we love this

A graceful conversation unfolds between the piano and cello, as they engage in a tender exchange where each instrument possesses its distinct voice yet seamlessly merges with the other. Perfect in its honest imperfection.

about the record

The 17 songs on this album are patient, exploratory, and dynamic. The keys tiptoe through space at some moments, and pirouette ecstatically at others. The cello provides a sonic backbone that glows like amber. With song titles like “Woman Reading a Letter” and “Light Coming On The Plains,” the album evokes vignettes of home, falling asleep with someone you love, learning to soothe yourself.

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