12 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi doesn’t just have a gift for thematic material; he’s also adept at keeping his approaches fresh from album to album. Here, in addition to his expected, minimalist-influenced melodic approach, he shows the strength of his arranger’s hand. The surprising, syncopated electronic elements (on “Uno”), occasional string orchestrations (on the title cut) and introspective chamber pieces (“Andare”) prove that Einaudi is a true original when it comes to blending classical crossover, ambient composition and American minimalist practice.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi doesn’t just have a gift for thematic material; he’s also adept at keeping his approaches fresh from album to album. Here, in addition to his expected, minimalist-influenced melodic approach, he shows the strength of his arranger’s hand. The surprising, syncopated electronic elements (on “Uno”), occasional string orchestrations (on the title cut) and introspective chamber pieces (“Andare”) prove that Einaudi is a true original when it comes to blending classical crossover, ambient composition and American minimalist practice.

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