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Camerata Mediolanense are one of these extremely rare musical gems that are hard to categorise. With the sixth studio album "Atalanta Fugiens" ("Atalanta Fleeing"), Camerata Mediolanense return to what might be dubbed their 'classic style', which means a strong set of percussion from the rhythm section with light touches of the keyboards achieving a perfect balance with the soaring melodies performed by sopranos in the lead as well as harmonious choirs. The Italian ensemble's often rather martial rhythms are accompanied by high-impact melodies built on ancient scales. Two harpsichords, bass viola, and the recurring presence of disturbing sounds, the unconventional manipulation of reverb and delay as well as the use of noise, all aim to create a sound that touches both the heavenly and the infernal.
Camerata Mediolanense are one of these extremely rare musical gems that are hard to categorise. With the sixth studio album "Atalanta Fugiens" ("Atalanta Fleeing"), Camerata Mediolanense return to what might be dubbed their 'classic style', which means a strong set of percussion from the rhythm section with light touches of the keyboards achieving a perfect balance with the soaring melodies performed by sopranos in the lead as well as harmonious choirs. The Italian ensemble's often rather martial rhythms are accompanied by high-impact melodies built on ancient scales. Two harpsichords, bass viola, and the recurring presence of disturbing sounds, the unconventional manipulation of reverb and delay as well as the use of noise, all aim to create a sound that touches both the heavenly and the infernal.
884388880221
Camerata Mediolanense - Atalanta Fugiens

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Format: CD
Label: PROPHECY
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 884388880221

Atalanta Fugiens
Artist: Camerata Mediolanense
Format: CD
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Camerata Mediolanense are one of these extremely rare musical gems that are hard to categorise. With the sixth studio album "Atalanta Fugiens" ("Atalanta Fleeing"), Camerata Mediolanense return to what might be dubbed their 'classic style', which means a strong set of percussion from the rhythm section with light touches of the keyboards achieving a perfect balance with the soaring melodies performed by sopranos in the lead as well as harmonious choirs. The Italian ensemble's often rather martial rhythms are accompanied by high-impact melodies built on ancient scales. Two harpsichords, bass viola, and the recurring presence of disturbing sounds, the unconventional manipulation of reverb and delay as well as the use of noise, all aim to create a sound that touches both the heavenly and the infernal.
        
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