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Naida Regent
5 stars The album "An Ambassador in Bonds" is as good (and atmospheric) as the first one. The same turns and twists, the same "Petersburg" mood of the Silver Age of Russian poetry. Poetic images are felt in every note. If the poets of this era could clothe their words in music, then it would be just like that. The alternation of light and dark sections of musical constructions reminds me of Russian periods in general, without which they do not exist. Either wandering in search of the meaning of existence, then the joy of finding it run like a red thread through the tracks and lead the audience out of any dead end that prevents them from reaching the heights of flaming optimism. Listen to this! And you will have an even greater desire to learn, to work and to make yourself. Further wishes to this collective: "move" their works towards symphonic ones. And there it is not far from ready-made requiems.
Naida Regent | 5/5 |


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