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Debra Kaye follows up her first Navona Records release IKARUS AMONG THE STARS with a sequel equally likely to cause a splash: the sagaciously-titled TIME IS THE SEA WE SWIM IN, an eclectic curation of chamber and solo compositions, united chiefly by their boldness and unconventionality. - Just like it's predecessor, TIME IS THE SEA WE SWIM IN draws it's inspiration from a stunningly diverse array of sources: roller coasters, Zen monks, Greek mythology, Tchaikovsky, and philosophical examinations of liberty. Sometimes, it's the instrumentation that is unorthodox, such as a Japanese shakuhachi being contrasted with the Western viola and cello. But this is Kaye's forte: reconciling heterogeneous influences by way of a sonic language that is wholly, uncompromisingly her own.
Debra Kaye follows up her first Navona Records release IKARUS AMONG THE STARS with a sequel equally likely to cause a splash: the sagaciously-titled TIME IS THE SEA WE SWIM IN, an eclectic curation of chamber and solo compositions, united chiefly by their boldness and unconventionality. - Just like it's predecessor, TIME IS THE SEA WE SWIM IN draws it's inspiration from a stunningly diverse array of sources: roller coasters, Zen monks, Greek mythology, Tchaikovsky, and philosophical examinations of liberty. Sometimes, it's the instrumentation that is unorthodox, such as a Japanese shakuhachi being contrasted with the Western viola and cello. But this is Kaye's forte: reconciling heterogeneous influences by way of a sonic language that is wholly, uncompromisingly her own.
808857135087

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Format: CD
Label: NAVONA
Rel. Date: 03/01/2024
UPC: 808857135087

Time Is The Sea We Swim In
Artist: Kaye / Ketter / Aznavoorian
Format: CD
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Debra Kaye follows up her first Navona Records release IKARUS AMONG THE STARS with a sequel equally likely to cause a splash: the sagaciously-titled TIME IS THE SEA WE SWIM IN, an eclectic curation of chamber and solo compositions, united chiefly by their boldness and unconventionality. - Just like it's predecessor, TIME IS THE SEA WE SWIM IN draws it's inspiration from a stunningly diverse array of sources: roller coasters, Zen monks, Greek mythology, Tchaikovsky, and philosophical examinations of liberty. Sometimes, it's the instrumentation that is unorthodox, such as a Japanese shakuhachi being contrasted with the Western viola and cello. But this is Kaye's forte: reconciling heterogeneous influences by way of a sonic language that is wholly, uncompromisingly her own.
        
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