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5-04-2015, 13:03
Music | Classical Music | Instrumental | Ambient

Bruno Sanfilippo - Inside Life (2015)

Artist: Bruno Sanfilippo
Title Of Album: Inside Life
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: AD21 Music
Genre: Ambient, Modern Classical
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 44:56 min
Total Size: 106 MB


01. Sudden Quietness
02. Freezing Point
03. Camille
04. A Door Opens Forever
05. The Place Where Dying Crows
06. Tea Leaves at the Bottom of a Cup
07. Inside life

"Like Bruno Sanfilippo's work in general, Inside Life straddles multiple genres. With minimalist piano playing the nucleus, the album's seven settings are heavily informed by his classical training, but they also evidence a deep connection to electro-acoustic, electronica, and ambient genres. At no time do they appear separately, however; instead, Sanfilippo deftly fuses them in such a way that elements of each are omnipresent within a given production and a delicate balance emerges between them"

"His classically trained skills have been evolved and refined over an impressive 20 year career, collaborating with a host of well known musical names and being the driving creative force behind a number of feature film soundtracks. Although ‘Inside Life’ is in many way a contemporary classical piece, there is such a rich tapestry of techniques and influences woven into the album that it manages to transcend simple instrumentation and become a work of true aural majesty" Anthem Review

"Not wept in a while? Then try this LP by Argentinian neo-classical composer Bruno Sanfilippo. The second track here ‘Freezing Point’ could melt men with steel hearts. A piano flutters in and out of the mix as if being caught on a breeze, the cello is used in a sparing but devastating fashion, appearing in the mix at just the right moments to add colour to the proceedings. It’s a short tranquil piece of escapist neo-classical and it’s gorgeous. Mastered by Home Normal head Ian Hawgood, the album contains seven pieces of varying themes within the framework of minimalist neo-classical composition.
Generally more abstract than the beautiful ‘Freezing Point’, ‘A Door Opens Forever’ is full of reverbed, slightly discordant piano, cashback comes when the cello enters the fray, it’s not that involved and never over- plays so when it’s around you enjoy every moment. A fine album of contemporary composition sitting somewhere between the Home Normal world of drifting sound art and sweet sounding composers like Max Richter and Yann Tiersen" Norman Records

"Inside Life by Bruno Sanfilippo combines neoclassical patterns with minimalism and ambient tones. It is quiet and yet very expressive music, as a cautious assembly of intense and subtle feelings, of light and dark, of abundance and scarcity, in which the listener is taken to strange, abstract and hallucinatory surroundings. Lovers of contemporary classical music should definitely give this album a chance" Peek-A-Boo Magazine

"Even after twenty years, Bruno Sanfilippo‘s sound continues to develop. In last year’s review of ClarOscuro, we noted that we liked the artist’s new direction: subtler electronics and supporting strings. The piano remains the central instrument, but a light dusting of sugar is better than a drenching of glaze" A Closer Listen

"Bruno Sanfilippo delivers his latest album of deliriously, delicate piano and string music. All of the tracks here masterfully balance an exquisite classical grace with a strikingly contemporary aesthetic. Subtle electronics, understated drones and static textures underpin many of the tracks; the remote operatic tones of Mariel Aguilar haunt the air on Camille (which sleeve notes explain to be a tribute to Camille Saint-Saëns) and Bruno's own voice is discretely woven into the fabric of the concluding title track. Bruno's piano work is astounding in its artful restraint and poignant delivery as he unfolds some of the most elegantly wistful and subtle melodies you're ever likely to hear" Morpheus Music

"This is a seamless album, with no distinct line between acoustic and organic. It is just a singular, incredible whole, flawlessly balanced and soul-piercingly beautiful. Listen with the lights down low and let it just wash over you. Magnificent" Hypnagogue reviews

"...unlavoro completo, capace di produrre sonorità dense, musica cheancora riesce a stupire e ammaliare usando quella dose necessaria disilenzio e magia elettro-acustica abbinata alle voci commoventi delpianoforte e di un violoncello" Rockerilla #415

"Quello creato da Bruno Sanfilippo è un mondo sonoro perennemente alla ricerca di minuti interstizi, che siano quelli tra le note del suo pianoforte oppure quelli di un’ispirazione ancora una volta caratterizzata da un’idea di sospensione brulicante vita ed emozione" Music Won't Save You

"Inside Life, a mesmerizing sonic ambience affiliated with neo-classical music, demanding close, focussed and in-depth listening" SonicImmersion

"Cuore, semplicità e diretta emotività, intelligenti soluzioni per quello che può considerarsi il suo miglior lavoro nella modern classical anche in rapporto all'universo di quello che è stato prodotto dal filone in questi ultimi anni" Percorsi Musicali

"Who said the art of making an album was dead? ‘Inside Life’ is a great record, and (oh, happy day!) one of those that gets better and better as it goes along. It's a mind blowingly beautiful record" Incendiary Magazine

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tiger   User offline   5 April 2015 16:57

Thanks a lot.

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jojo5   User offline   9 April 2015 21:11

Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!

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