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  1. Moogunos
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    Lubomyr Melnyk Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Customers Also Bought Items By Nils Frahm Kiasmos Part III: Apparition. on Fallen Trees. Fallen Trees - Part III: Apparition on Fallen Trees. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Barcarolle. on.
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    Lubomyr Melnyk has introduced the world to a new and wonderful musical language for the piano. This CD contains several examples of his recent piano music, recorded between to Illorium is an evocative new direction for Lubomyr's music, and was first introduced in /5.
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    Dec 16,  · ‘Barcarolle’ has intense cinematic beauty. Other tracks carry a more heavy-BPM, EDM-Unplugged feel. It’s excellent austerity music. Divide the album’s price by the number of notes played, and each note is more or less free. Photo by Alex Kozobolis. — Buy: Lubomyr Melnyk – Fallen Trees. Live: EartH on January 24th.
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    Nov 27,  · Music is full of stories of artists emerging from the wilderness or being discovered after years of obscurity. Such talk is particularly relevant when discussing year-old Ukrainian pianist Lubomyr tingnasenliaraghidahigusreicabeet.co’s been making music since the s and, while he may still be some way off being a recognised name, with the help of neo-classical label Erased Tapes he is gradually finding a wider.
  8. Tokora
    Ukrainian composer-pianist Lubomyr Melnyk (*) composes piano pieces whose sound waves are in a constant state of flux and generate fascinating momentum. This language, which he calls “Continuous Music”, is his own invention, combining and blending influences from American minimal music with late-romantic harmonies and melodies.