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Emotionally Moving Minimalism | David Reviews New Classical

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Jane Antonia Cornish’s third concert music album “Into Silence” is a compact, moving minimalist soundscape.

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  2. Thank you for your wonderful review. I just discovered this album and artist (am a big fan of Innova label releases) and have been listening to it on repeat many times since. The tracks flow together into a such a cohesive whole of delicate beauty–sad, moving, timeless, transcendent. I could really relate to what you said: "Holding in tears but refuses to break…time is suspended…image comes to mind of a weeping willow in the breeze, in black and white, and slow motion…" and referencing Barber's "Adagio for Strings" – Yes!
    Initially I previewed the album by listening to track 5: "Into Silence II", got chills from the musical beauty and feelings it evoked, matched what I've recently been feeling…was so perfect in its lonely starkness yet with a glimmer of hope πŸ™‚
    I also enjoy releases on Ravello, here was a favorite from 2015: Pamela J. Marshall's "Through The Mist" perhaps you listened to this one also?

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