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Robert M. Helmschrott - Metamorphose
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Robert M. Helmschrott
Metamorphose

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Robert M. Helmschrott - Presto voluminoso 11:45 Share
Total Time 11:45
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01 Robert M. Helmschrott - Presto voluminoso 11:45
Total Time 11:45
Digital Booklet - only with album
“Once you focus your will and mind on a particular thought or sentiment, and screen out the external world, you’re being transported into a state of contemplation, which fully takes effect in solitude: relaxation in a unity of subjective and objective experience which has come to rest.” (Robert M. Helmschrott) In the best case scenario, this basic, contemplative frame of mind helps sharpen consciousness, which, in turn, further deepens the understanding of music,” “reaching deep into the all-encompassing space of creation and history.” In the four movements of Metamorphose, featured on the present CD in the version for organ and percussion, Helmschrott uses many different rhythmic structures and multi-harmonic spectra, which contain allusions to patterns in Gregorian music and end in large clusters of sound. This ‘fantasy of a symphony’ allows the audience “to get engaged with its own experiences and thoughts and to transcend them in order to get to know the reality of mind and heart. The beauty also lies in the ear of the listener.” (Helmschrott)

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