Malady of Elegance CD, Import
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2011年1月2日 - (Amazon.com)
Malady of Elegance by Goldmund (aka Keith Keniff), (2008), is a breathtakingly beautiful album of solo piano music, composed and performed by Goldmund, that exists - and leads the listener into - the highest realm of beauty imaginable. The silence at the heart of these musical compositions is exquisite and powerful because of a sparseness and simplicity that is the essence of its music. This is the kind of music I am always hoping to come across, but rarely find. Discovering it is the greatest gift. One I can't help sharing. This is music not easy to put in a convenient category. It represents a new kind of classical music. There are also ambient and minimalist forces at work here. Perhaps, neo-classical is the term that gets closest to describing this cd. If you like the music of Peter Broderick, Max Richter, Sylvain Chauveau and especially Olafur Arnalds - I think you'll fall in love with this cd. I discovered and purchased it on Amazon. I cannot too highly recommend this album.
A magical little world
2014年4月2日 - (Amazon.com)
I use it for massage & reiki sessions oddly. But it's not pretty per se- outside of time, ordinary rhythm, full of silences, I've played it a million times & will a million more.
I feel like this music knows me
2014年10月12日 - (Amazon.com)
Gorgeous, haunting, and nostalgic. I feel like this music knows me.
Lovely flow of thought
2011年4月22日 - (Amazon.com)
Quiet, thoughtful flow of slow paced melody; like a series of memories of nearly forgotten people and places. Reoccurring patterns with elements of tension and closure. An excellent addition to your contemporary piano collection.
2009年1月9日 - (Amazon.com)
The music made me cry of joy. The music is simply godly, it is delicate and yet overwhelmingly strong, it cuts through to your deepest hideaways in your soul that you forgot about. There are not many notes in each story, but the silence between them is breathtaking. I just simply don't have enough words to describe the sense of recognition. It is the most enjoyable piano music I have ever heard. I do wish the very best to the author. Please, do continue doing whatever you are doing that produces this wonderful music.