Review of A Piece Of String, A Sunset [12k1023]

Touching Extremes (IT)

Working mostly on the borders of humanly audible frequencies and dividing the octave scale into 144 pitches, Doron Sadja gives life to music which is difficult, powerful, intense and delicate – all at the same time. To put it mildly, I don’t think everyone can appreciate this kind of expressive means, as there must be great attention to the way in which frequencies manifest themselves (and you also have to be a bit careful not to over-expose your ear to them). But those of you who have the patience will be surely rewarded by talkative pulses, purring lows, electro/splitting harmonic waves and the occasional instrument approaching the whole (electric guitar and violin are involved too, in various parts of the record). Sadja’s sound makes a good impression, revealing depth and not running after someone.

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