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MYSTERIUM

John Zorn

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.02 | 6 ratings

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silentman
3 stars Worth for the track Frammenti del Sappho alone, a gorgeous piece for five female voices treated as instruments. Very soothing and calm, not something you hear very often from Zorn. The first track Orphee is a variation of Debussy chamber piece, succeeding in updating it with modern electronics. It’s generally led by a flute altered with viola while the harp, percussion, celeste and electronics create the background. The last composition for a string trio in three movements is decent enough to keep you interested to the end. The entire cd is short (clocking at 33 minutes) but it’s an interesting listen, nevertheless. Far from essential, though.
silentman | 3/5 |

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