Today we’re listening to composers Robert Thies and Damjan Krajacic, pianist and flutist respectively. Their Blue Landscapes series consists of beautiful, contemplative recordings of their improvisatory duets. The sparse, vocal-free instrumentation – it’s piano, flute, and occasional synth – seems to be tracing intricate shapes in air. The silence is ample and meaningful. Among their influences is the record label Windham Hill, which we’ll learn more about in a guest edition of Flow State tomorrow. But Blue Landscapes today will calm you the H down. Thank you Linda for the recommendation.
Have a really good day today.
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