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Contemporary symphonic music, composed by our young Swedish composer with the appeal of a pop/rock star. Jacob enters in his very own approach the intimate and spiritual world of sleep - he states: "Above all, sound plays an important role in my dreams." 'REMS' marks the first recording of a symphonic work by Jacob Mühlrad - the piece interprets melodies from Jewish prayers and lullabies and is also inspired by elements of Indian ragas and quarter-tone technique. Some themes and motifs from 'REMS' can also be found in 'Maggid', a shorter piece for solo baroque cello. Like a kind of musical twin, this work anticipates tonal and rhythmic-melodic ideas that "REMS" later embeds in the large orchestra.
Contemporary symphonic music, composed by our young Swedish composer with the appeal of a pop/rock star. Jacob enters in his very own approach the intimate and spiritual world of sleep - he states: "Above all, sound plays an important role in my dreams." 'REMS' marks the first recording of a symphonic work by Jacob Mühlrad - the piece interprets melodies from Jewish prayers and lullabies and is also inspired by elements of Indian ragas and quarter-tone technique. Some themes and motifs from 'REMS' can also be found in 'Maggid', a shorter piece for solo baroque cello. Like a kind of musical twin, this work anticipates tonal and rhythmic-melodic ideas that "REMS" later embeds in the large orchestra.
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Rems (Uk)
Artist: Jacob Mühlrad
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Contemporary symphonic music, composed by our young Swedish composer with the appeal of a pop/rock star. Jacob enters in his very own approach the intimate and spiritual world of sleep - he states: "Above all, sound plays an important role in my dreams." 'REMS' marks the first recording of a symphonic work by Jacob Mühlrad - the piece interprets melodies from Jewish prayers and lullabies and is also inspired by elements of Indian ragas and quarter-tone technique. Some themes and motifs from 'REMS' can also be found in 'Maggid', a shorter piece for solo baroque cello. Like a kind of musical twin, this work anticipates tonal and rhythmic-melodic ideas that "REMS" later embeds in the large orchestra.
        
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