Stephen Horenstein | Between the Silences

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Between the Silences

by Stephen Horenstein

Music that reflects Jerusalem--its moods, landscapes & mysteries--past & present. A melismatic lyricism comes, goes. We see Mt. Zion through a web of electric wires. Stephen Horenstein transports listeners to meditative repose. Over 75 instruments!
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Collage
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1. The Cave
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2. Gorky Park
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3. Between the Silences
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4. Alta Alta
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5. Journey Tale
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Album Notes
"Between the Silences" by Stephen Horenstein, five compositions for the multi-timbre Tarshish Ensemble. Jeffery Kowalsky, percussion; Avi Yishay, drums; Shai Behar, piano & keyboards, Stephen Horenstein, woodwinds. The composer as chronicler, reflecting both highly explosive & vibrant experiences in Jerusalem, a compressed, multi-layered & mysterious city. These collages evoke the collective memories of a multi-ethnic society. In that sense, the music is a "world music" of our time. These compositions were performed and recorded world-wide, including festivals in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Helsinki, Milan, New York, Jerusalem and universities abroad. Over 75 modern and ancient instruments!
" 'Between the Silences' by Horenstein challenges you to think, to react, and to eneter a tough world with a heavy pulse…you are dropped into a dense space and left to figure out what’s happening. With repeated listening, the terrain gets more familiar and enjoyable…..What these artists do well is communicate the complexities of a paradoxical society, simultaneously traditional and pioneer. In some ways they do a better job of revealing the Israeli soul than news soundbytes ever could.” (Ya’acov Gabriel, Tikkun Magazine, Review: “Between the Silences”)
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