Gênero: Folk Progressivo / Psicodélico
Comentário: Primeiro disco solo deste músico de Quebec, quase todo instrumental e executado de forma primorosa pelo próprio Charles Zaczynski, com destaque ao belo trabalho do violino, flauta e violão, proporcionando um clima melancólico e deslumbrante em vários momentos.
Charles Kaczynski guested on the first Conventum album, playing violin. He put his only solo album out on his own label a short time later. There are no credits, so it's unclear whether Kaczynski is doing everything himself via multi-tracking or whether he has help. Violin is omnipresent on this album, generally either solo with harmonics or in homophonic lines, supplemented by vocals, piccolo, recorder, acoustic guitar, cello, and so on. The album consists of brief pieces that all run together creating a unified masterwork. The music produces an incredible groundswell of emotion of great intensity, melancholy and powerful bittersweetness. There is an English version of this album with a longer running time. Kaczynski was later a member and composer for Cirque Éloize, a musical and theatre ensemble.
Charles Kaczynsky (violino, violoncelo, violão, baixo, teclados, sopros, percussão)
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