Helbig, Sven: Skills

Helbig, Sven SKU: 42357919
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Helbig, Sven: Skills

Helbig, Sven SKU: 42357919

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Skills
Artist: Helbig, Sven
Label: Modern Recordings
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 4050538705980
Genre: Classical Artists

2022 release. In my parents' living room stands an elaborately hand-forged copper kettle - my grandfather's masterpiece, hammered out of a single piece of copper. Growing up in a family of craftsmen, I have been familiar since early childhood with the attitude of perfecting a thing for it's own sake. The deepening concentration and slow maturing of execution, the craft shares with spiritual rituals, with arts, sports and the sciences. I am touched by the sight of almost ideal expressions of human activity, be it a forged piece, a perfectly build sentence or an athletic performance. I dedicate my album SKILLS to this fascination. A branched succession of changing skills has brought mankind to the present day. The skills that were originally life-supporting grew into handy crafts and art. This development through the times reflects the enormous changes in ethics, aesthetics and morals. People describe this process in many shades, from culturally pessimistic dystopias to posthumanist utopias. The music of SKILLS lives in this field - between hymn and melancholy.

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