Unprofaned twilight (2008)

AGLAIA “Unprofaned Twilight” is the forth CD of Aglaia. It is born from the previous works but, in comparison with them, it develops a wider breath directly from the background’s sounds. The composition is softer and more refined. Again the sonorous world that here is explored is that one of the enchantment, of the mild sound fading. An unprofaned and inviolate twilight, where the different vibrations are balanced, without any sort of tensions. Time rolls by and space too. The sound is a natural matter and gives birth to an intense crepuscolar light. Listening to this music is like to see thousands of fine luminous rays, filtered through half-closed windows. A dance of dust in a never ending movement that catches the light around. With aglaia’s sound we are in an electroacustic microcosm full of vibrating signs.
The first of the two long compositions suggests a natural and quiet landscape. The sound’s mood is a sort of perpetual tinkling, wrapped up a voice coming from the space, that observes from afar. An armonic accordance between different reality.
The second, even though more intimate, is equally shining. Everything happens during a night where insects, spring-waters and moonlight match themselves together. A swarming midnight with underworld lifes.

This cd is a collaboration release between Hic Sunt Leones and Faria records, Russia, it will come as usually in a very fine artworks with cards. HSL 046

Available on April 1, 2008

 

This is joint edition of Faria Records and Hic Sunt Leones.
The fourth cd of Aglaia is born from the previous work but, in  comparison with them, it develops a wider breath directly from the background's sounds. The composition is softer and more refined. Again  the sonorous world that here is explored is that one of the  enchantment, of the mild sound fading. An unprofaned and inviolate  twilight, where the different vibrations are balanced, without any sort  of tensions. Time rolls by and space too. The sound is a natural matter  and gives birth to an intense crepuscolar light. Listening to this music is like to see thousands of fine luminous rays, filtered through  half-closed windows. A dance of dust in a never ending movement that  catches the light around. With Aglaia's sound we are in an  electroacoustic microcosm full of vibrating signs.
The first of the two long compositions suggests a natural and quiet  landscape. The sound's mood is a sort of perpetual tinkling, wrapped up  a voice coming from the space, that observes from afar. An harmonic  accordance between different reality.
The second, even though more intimate, is equally shining. Everything happens during a night where insects, spring-waters and moonlight match  themselves together. A swarming midnight with underworld life.