American Record Guide
, January 2018
I have sometimes commented that the sounds generated by electronic music seem cheap or shallow, lacking the richness of acoustic instruments. Here is an example of electroacoustic music that is loaded with rich sound.
I know, it all sounds just too 21st Century, it is amazing. The organ is made to do things that no human being could make it do—fantastic, spectacular, swirling torrents of sound that pour forth for long periods of time. Every now and then everything stops, and powerful, triadic chords are heard. There is counterpoint, but the lines are too complex to follow. Much is very loud, extremely cacophonous—but I loved all 60 minutes. © 2018 American Record Guide Read complete review on American Record Guide