|1.||"A Letizia" (4:44)|
|2.||"Coralli Del Sile" (6:36)|
|3.||"Spore (Lo Spirito Manifesto)" (2:55)|
|1.||"La Sala Piu A Nord" (9:52)|
|2.||"Ascensione (A Tandura)" (6:33)|
|3.||"Opera Prima" (2:07)|
Contemporary classical is a phrase banded about far too loosely in our opinion. It would be easy to try and apply it to Carlo Giustini, for example, but the term only bears relevance in some parts. There are moments on this immersive collection of six tracks that almost feel like chamber music, choral moods without any voices or hint of a choir, for example. And the timbre is such we can almost feel the walls of a symphony hall around us, but the performance would be one of such profound intimacy that setting seems wrong. Forget overtures, then, this is more about ambient refrains that emerge, transcend and reform. Distant noises echo subtly, never fully realising themselves, but creating tangible textures that guide us through each piece - aural breadcrumbs ensuring that when we must, it's still possible to find a way out from under the depths.
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