NEUES ALBUM

This second album from the collaborative relationship between Klaus Martin Kopitz and his muse/friend/alter-ego Mia Brentano differs in several important and fascinating ways from the first album. Where the first album—Mia Brentano’s Hidden Sea—included music exclusively written and performed by dual pianists, this latest album includes music that is a collage of sounds, noises, spoken languages, moods, and tones. While the piano seemed to be the mainstay of the Brentano-Kopitz collaboration in the first album, the synthesizer and other electronic sounds, or computer-manipulated sounds and voices, becomes the anchoring instrumentation for this album.  … the album is an effort to question and confront the listener’s notion of reality. Why are some of the pieces so beautiful, effortless, and accessible? Why are the other pieces “dark,” heavy with electronic sounds, unpleasant, difficult to listen to? We, as listeners, are asked to engaged emotionally with this music, to reorient our perceptions of our memories, to find beauty in what we cannot understand. Jacqueline Kharouf 

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