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Album Review

Blending synthesizers with environmental sounds and acoustic instruments from around the world, Stephen Bacchus takes us on a musical journey through the mists of prehistory to the vast primordial landmass of Pangaea, a mythological continent that gave birth to all the continents as we now know them. The album opens with a neo-classical harp-based track, featuring co-producer/flutist Ron Korb, before slipping into the reflective Eastern modal scales that characterize most of the album. Watery Javanese gamelan gongs, shakuhachi flute, lyrical koto, steel-bright sarod, glistening santur dulcimer and tabla join with lush synths, piano, oboe, flute, running streams, sweet birdsongs, and ocean waves to create exotic landscapes of lingering delicacy. Like a memorable vacation in the tropics, Pangaea leaves the listener relaxed, refreshed & inspired by its vision of shimmering beauty. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats, Rovi

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '90s

Densely layered and deeply textured soundscapes are evoked through the music of pianist and composer Stephen Bacchus. Fusing classical, jazz, new age, world and ambient music, Bacchus continues to explore the tonal possibilities of his music....
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Pangaea, Stephen Bacchus
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  • 5,94 €
  • Genres: New Age, Music
  • Released: 1990

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