Philip Glass: Glass Reflections
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What sounds better than a cello?
Eight cellos. So, that makes this 'band' twice as good as Apocalyptica. Bad jokes, but it's the truth. Conjunto Ibérico doesn't play metal on cello, but it sure rocks. I didn't know anything about classical music, but I always loved cello. I discovered the sound of the cello by Nirvana, Therapy?, Kirstin Hersh and the Beatles (Eleonar Rigby). And Apocalyptica, of course. It opened my ears to Bach, Vivaldi, Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Pärt. Still, to me there always was a hole between the emotional cello in rock and the strong and fierce cello in classic. It's both on this album. I'm not sure if mr. Arizcuren will agree, but this album is the missing link between 'cello rock' and 'classic cello'. There's only 1 thing I don't like about this album: It doesn't contain the best piece ever performed by Conjunto Ibérico. Simply because it's not written by Philip Glass. iTMS, put Halffter's 'Fandango' online, please.