Melnyk, Lubomyr: Fallen Trees

Melnyk, Lubomyr SKU: 36834372
Lubomyr Melnyk: Fallen Trees

Melnyk, Lubomyr: Fallen Trees

Melnyk, Lubomyr SKU: 36834372

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $31.98

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Title: Fallen Trees
Artist: Melnyk, Lubomyr
Label: Erased Tapes
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4050486115718
Genre: Classical Artists

Vinyl LP pressing. Fallen Trees is the new album by singular talent and literal force of nature Lubomyr Melnyk - known as 'the prophet of the piano' due to his lifelong devotion to his instrument. Cascades of notes, canyons and rivers of sound: there's something about his music that channels the natural world at it's most awe-inspiring. In Fallen Trees the connection with the environment continues, taking it's cue from a long rail journey Melnyk made through Europe. Glancing out of the window as the train passed through a dark forest, he was struck by the sight of trees that had recently been felled. "They were glorious," he says. "Even though they'd been killed, they weren't dead. There was something sorrowful there, but also hopeful." That sense of sadness touched by optimism infuses the album, too: rarely has Melnyk made music so shot through with melancholy and regret, but which sounds so rapt, even radiant.


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