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Adámek: Sinuous Voices

Ondřej Adámek, Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain, Daniel Kawka, Roméo Monteiro

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Sinuous Voices
Ondrej Adámek; Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain; Daniel Kawka
15:55
1.2
Conséquences particulièrement blanches et noires
Ondrej Adámek; Roméo Monteiro; Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain; Daniel Kawka
21:46
1.3
Ça tourne ça bloque
Ondrej Adámek; Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain; Ondřej Adámek
18:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:55
Under the direction of conductor Daniel Kawka, the Ensemble Contemporian creates an eclectic musical atmosphere for audiences. The entire album pays tribute to contemporary composer Ondrej Adamek and his unique expression of musical colors. Listeners can hear the powerful soundscape throughout the brilliant performance of this acclaimed ensemble. “The arts, music in particular, is a good source of familiarity, support of meditation, indescribable certainly but strongly incarnated as well, a place of high spiritual value... This in its very essence, represents the skill of the conductor for me." - Daniel Kawka
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