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Echos de la Terre, the first album with Cypres by the highly promising Trio O3, is intended as an aural journey into the immensity and immeasurability of the world around us. Each composition resonates with one of the fundamental elements present in nature. However, the element earth, mentioned in the title of the CD, is not directly linked to any of the four pieces. Rather, it is light (Fiorini) that appears as a crucial element alongside air (Korvits), fire (Saariaho) and water (Crumb). Interpreting these complex works as if they were their mother tongue, Lydie Thonnard, Eugenie Defraigne and Lena Kollmeier, thanks to their mastery of unconventional playing techniques, bring them to life and fuse their distinct instrumental voices into a harmonious whole, lavishing the listener with unexpected pleasures and profound emotions.
Echos de la Terre, the first album with Cypres by the highly promising Trio O3, is intended as an aural journey into the immensity and immeasurability of the world around us. Each composition resonates with one of the fundamental elements present in nature. However, the element earth, mentioned in the title of the CD, is not directly linked to any of the four pieces. Rather, it is light (Fiorini) that appears as a crucial element alongside air (Korvits), fire (Saariaho) and water (Crumb). Interpreting these complex works as if they were their mother tongue, Lydie Thonnard, Eugenie Defraigne and Lena Kollmeier, thanks to their mastery of unconventional playing techniques, bring them to life and fuse their distinct instrumental voices into a harmonious whole, lavishing the listener with unexpected pleasures and profound emotions.
5412217046644
Fiorini / Crumb / Trio O3 - Echos De La Terre

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Format: CD
Label: CYPRES
Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 5412217046644

Echos De La Terre
Artist: Fiorini / Crumb / Trio O3
Format: CD
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Echos de la Terre, the first album with Cypres by the highly promising Trio O3, is intended as an aural journey into the immensity and immeasurability of the world around us. Each composition resonates with one of the fundamental elements present in nature. However, the element earth, mentioned in the title of the CD, is not directly linked to any of the four pieces. Rather, it is light (Fiorini) that appears as a crucial element alongside air (Korvits), fire (Saariaho) and water (Crumb). Interpreting these complex works as if they were their mother tongue, Lydie Thonnard, Eugenie Defraigne and Lena Kollmeier, thanks to their mastery of unconventional playing techniques, bring them to life and fuse their distinct instrumental voices into a harmonious whole, lavishing the listener with unexpected pleasures and profound emotions.
        
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