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Year of Release: 2016
Label: Preserved Sound
Info: Original CD in mint condition, Limited to 150 hand numbered copies with insert.
Press Release: Influenced by such composers as Sergei Rachmaninov, Valentin Silvestrov, Morton Subotnick, François Bayle and Iannis Xenakis, Ales Tsurko uses composition techniques from contemporary classical music and mixes them with elements from the non-academic and electronic fields of music, as well as post rock and shoegaze music.
Transliaciya is a concept album. The word “transliaciya” means “transmission” – we are all transmitters of the Big Bang. Everyone transmits force in their own way. A mother gives birth to a child – a new transmitter … but the cleanest transmission is the one via an artist. “People meet certain mathematical numbers more often than others. I talked to various people about these ‘popular’ numbers and wrote an album that related mathematically them, “ says Ales. “I also tried to portray the people I spoke to – ‘Twenty-six’, ‘Forty-two’ and ‘Thirteen’ are all portraits of people, whereas ‘Twenty-seven’ is a self-portrait. “No. 1’, ‘No. 2’ and ‘No. 4’ are interludes – just moods.”
Ales Tsurko is a self-taught composer from Minsk, Belarus. He is also the founder of the Society for the Development of New Music, the purpose of which is to develop and promote contemporary classical music. This is his first album on Preserved Sound.
Disc: Mint Unplayed
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