Appearing unusual at first, this collaboration between Mexican Ambient figurehead Fernando Corona (better known as Murcof) and multi-award winning French classical pianist Vanessa Wagner surrenders a sublime logic. <br/><br/>
Both musicians found the spaced-out compositions of Arvo Pärt, Ligeti, John Cage, Erik Satie or Philip Glass a musical playground where they could express their own qualities. The selection permeated by a wide-ranging conception of minimalism, including illustrious and more obscure contemporary classical pieces barely disrupted by a short and decisive inclusion from an iconoclastic figure of electronic music, Aphex Twin ‘Avril 1 4th’. Almost six years of crafting has enabled both artists to capture the essence of their captivating performances, and share their evolving concert with audiences before formulating an original studio album Statea offers an equally ambitious and fascinating definition of the modern classical genre.
|A1||In A Landscape|
|A2||Variations For The Healing Of Arinushka|
|B2||Musica Ricercata No 2|
|B3||Gnossienne No 3|
|C1||Piano Piece 1952|
|C2||Farewell, O World, O Earth|