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Stas Namin: Centuria S-Quark Symphony

London Symphony Orchestra, Lee Reynolds

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Centuria S-Quark Symphony
Stas Namin; London Symphony Orchestra; Lee Reynolds
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    47:14
How does the world to come translate into music? For composer and legendary Russian art and music figure Stas Namin, the current state of the world points towards a trajectory of violence and dissonance, as humanity curiously turns from a collective to an individual mind. This dissonance, drama, and the cosmic cycle of breaking down and rebuilding is translated through the power of the London Symphony Orchestra, in an epic performance born from a philosophical pondering of the state of humanity. Born in 1951, Stas Namin is a musician, composer and producer, artist and photographer, theatre and movie director, founder and leader of The Flowers rock band, producer of Gorky Park rock band, along with numerous other ventures. As a composer, he has written songs for his rock groups as well as two feature films and one animated feature. He has also recorded two guitar albums and the One World Music Freedom ethnic album which featured artists from all over the world.
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