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This duo from Tokyo recorded this album in a church in the United States. The warmth of the acoustics are clearly evident in these emotional and minimal neoclassical compositions where they play a wide variety of instruments with grace and subtlety. The bit I'm listening to right now sounds like it's got dulcimer and violin playing off one another in a really soothing way. This is a very mus ...

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8/10 Mike Staff review, 02 November 2011

This duo from Tokyo recorded this album in a church in the United States. The warmth of the acoustics are clearly evident in these emotional and minimal neoclassical compositions where they play a wide variety of instruments with grace and subtlety. The bit I'm listening to right now sounds like it's got dulcimer and violin playing off one another in a really soothing way. This is a very musical record. While it does verge on ambience on occasion it's still very much of the harmonic and concordant school. There's some subtle electronics and synths evident in the second track that are a nice counterpoint to the organic tones of the rest of the piece. While I only have time for one measly listen I can tell this a soothing and involving record that will please fans of minimal and melodic neoclassicism no end. If you're into the likes of Dustin O'Halloran or Black Eagle Child, I can't see this being a disappointment.


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