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Gregorian Overtones

by Louigi Verona



Creation takes different forms. While painting is adding thin layers of chemicals on top of a surface, sculpture is all about removing unnecessary material.

Music is often thought to be taking a voice and adding it to another voice and then to another.

But one can approach music the way a sculptor works with stone. By taking all sorts of sounds and rhythms and patterns and removing all the unnecessary bits, leaving the listener with disarming simplicity, where every sound is legitimate and, in fact, essential.

Such a composition feels full, while being quite austere in its implementation.


released December 25, 2015




Louigi Verona Berlin, Germany

Creating sonic landscapes for over 15 years

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