11 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a wistfulness to this album that emerges from its faded colours and the vintage feel of the muffled piano on many of its tracks. French-Canadian pianist/composer Alexandra Stréliski’s music is fragile and vulnerable, its surface optimism a mask for her deep introspection. But it’s also calming: The opening “Plus tôt” is a reassuring waltz, “The Quiet Voice” a lilting, innocent miniature. Stréliski returns to the full-throated sound of a grand piano for the beautiful “Burnout Fugue,” a mesmerizing toccata, before delivering a gentle, rippling ballad, “Revient le jour.”

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a wistfulness to this album that emerges from its faded colours and the vintage feel of the muffled piano on many of its tracks. French-Canadian pianist/composer Alexandra Stréliski’s music is fragile and vulnerable, its surface optimism a mask for her deep introspection. But it’s also calming: The opening “Plus tôt” is a reassuring waltz, “The Quiet Voice” a lilting, innocent miniature. Stréliski returns to the full-throated sound of a grand piano for the beautiful “Burnout Fugue,” a mesmerizing toccata, before delivering a gentle, rippling ballad, “Revient le jour.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
25 Ratings
25 Ratings
Prof.1 ,

Formidable musique, cependant...

La musique de Stréliski est formidable, cependant la qualité de l'enregistrement laisse grandement à désirer. Que de bruits parasites! Quel dommage... C'est plutôt agaçant. Souhaitons que ça ne se répète pas sur les prochains albums.

Arie761826 ,

Très touchant !

Reviens le jour! 💛

NORBIL 51 ,

Extraordinaire

JE NE ME LASSE PAS D'ÉCOUTER CE cd DEPUIS 2 SEMAINES ET IL PREND DES COULLEURS DIFFÉRENTES À CHAQUE ÉCOUTE