As you might expect, there are a number of thoughtful themes explored on French composer Sylvain Chauveau's latest album, "Life Without Machines". Chauveau has framed it as a meditation on humanity's reliance on machinery and whether that's sustainable - a potent point in the era of COVID-19 - though the accompanying press release also states that each of the album's short compositions used "Barnett Newman's 'The Stations of The Cross' series of abstract paintings as a visual score". Regardless, what's offered up is haunting, sparse and profoundly moving: a succession of solo piano pieces performed by French pianist Melaine Dalibert that are variously haunting, bittersweet, beautiful and surprisingly sorrowful.
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