“La Camera Astratta” is the result of the amazing collaboration between
Piero Milesi e Daniel Bacalov with the experimental theatre-performance
of the Studio Azzurro and Giorgio Barberio Corsetti. An idea of
immersion in a dimension devoid of gravity, the desire concerning a
soft, ethereal, articulated and perfectly interpenetrated reality. It's
an evocative ambient sound, with rhythmic cadence, soft and repetitive,
full of airiness; the music expresses the scenic aims and investigates
and reproduces their sensations, marking the engendering of silences and
melting moments of higher performing tension. The general architecture
reaches a balanced combination between the whispering power of the
voices, the electronic modulations, the rhythmic inserts and the aquatic
and biological samples; each of those elements analyze the narrative
intention of an almost microcosmic-embryonic exploration of the inner
space-body. A creative music work of which the stylistic form proves
persuasive for its possible fabulous nocturnal suggestions and for its
vibrational quality that concerns psychophysical involvement; a calm
meditative experience that invites us to quietness and to the fading
union of something that was previously split and broken within us.
Originally released only on CD, it is released today for the first time
in the limited edition LP thanks to the synergy between Cuneiform
(U.S.A.) and Soave Records (Italy), with a leaflet full of photos and
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