Steve Gorn | Between Two Worlds

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Between Two Worlds

by Steve Gorn

Music that opens the heart, invites introspection and offers a full emotional journey through the world of body and mind
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Anatolia
7:15 album only
2. Basant Mukhari
11:27 album only
3. The Journey Through
5:14 album only
4. Dawning of a New Day
6:13 album only
5. Krishna's Song
1:54 album only
6. Jaijaivant
10:16 album only
7. Pulse Waves
4:56 album only
8. Cassandra
2:18 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Two worlds of bansuri and clarinet; my clarinet goes back to 1955. It was hearing the Armenian duduk that inspired me to find a new voice on this old friend.
Each piece takes the clarinet into a different sonic landscape. With the bansuri, the imprint of a bird in the sky and the tall grasses undulating outside my studio window shape the phrases of two Indian ragas, inviting me to be in service of classical form, yet free to find my authentic voice.

We start with Anatolia, a new version of my composition first recorded with Jack DeJohnette. The brief closing piece, Cassandra, is the original version, composed for the dancer, Ranjabati Sircar, so many years ago. With the exception of the soprano saxophone, recorded by Jim Metzner in the Rosendale Widow Jane Mine, everything comes from my studio. Thanks to Peter Blum for his gongs on Pulse Waves, Benjy Wertheimer for delicious drones, Randy Crafton, whose studio magic has brought out the best of what



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