Sorath

by Phil Legard

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Carl Holmes
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Carl Holmes Yeah, like this a lot. Reminds me of John Cale's Sun Blindness Music in places, some great "motes of dust in sunlight" piano pieces also.
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley This is the first album that i've found that uses Ben Chasny's 'Hexadic' system of composition and very intriguing it is too, as well as very fine...adapted here for keyboard rather than fretboard.
Phil's work I knew from Ashtray Navigations and he has a terrific blog too that is well worth checking out (larkfall.wordpress.com)...
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Composed between 30th April and 20th June 2015, Sorath collects together a series of studies in applying ideas from Ben Chasny's Hexadic System to keyboard instruments.

A highly 'speculative' album in content, these pieces explore the relationship between the Hexadic system, the seal of the sun, astrological decans, ars combinatoria and 'musical steganography'.

The download includes a 16-page illustrated booklet about the pieces.

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released April 30, 2015

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