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5.0 out of 5 stars The journey continues..., 22 Aug. 2012
This review is from: Llyria (Audio CD)
It's difficult to say any more about Nik Bärtsch's music, other than what I've said in my review for their previous recording STOA. I tried to grasp what it was about their music that makes it so rhythmically interesting and complicated, yet so listen-able. And to be honest, I didn't do a great job! For those of you who are interested in Nik Bärtsch's use of complex rhythms, I can do no better than to suggest you take a look at an analysis of the first piece on this recording (Modul 48). Amazon doesn't allow web addresses in reviews, so do an internet search for: Modul 48 analysis, and it should be the first result.

It's a great insight and definitely worth a look.

Sorry not to have reviewed this particular recording more in depth. As someone once said, "talking/writing about music is like dancing about architecture"!
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Initial post: 14 Nov 2013 18:40:10 GMT
'As someone once said, "talking/writing about music is like dancing about architecture"'

It was Laurie Anderson.
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