Representing the sea has been a creative endeavour of artists for millenia; and it could be said that there are as many interpretations of the sea as there are drops in the sea itself. Jane Antonia Cornish’s Seascapes beautifully translates her profound connection to the sea into an arresting tableau of sonic wonder. Scored for piano, strings, bass guitar, and electronics the four cyclic works that comprise the album offer moments of breathtaking instrumental beauty and color. Cornish draws from themes of stillness and reflection to transport the listener into her deeply personal aesthetic where weightless melodies seem to float suspended midair above currents of crystalline harmonies. The album, through its exploration of the sea, captures the ineffable beauty of nature, revealing music of great depth and vastness. — Brett Banducci
Robert Haigh’s Creatures of the Deep includes some excellent contemporary classicalish music, and is just generally beautiful. Definitely worth listening to.
Thank you for putting out this beautiful album. Kamani