How should we approach to this music. The most immediate is content, and because of an established prejudice, it goes around timbre. However, once one can trespass that hegemonic listening, one can see that this music is about form. It's a language. It's how Agustí deals with those materials. There's something about narration that makes the word "narration" become quite useless.
So the question is: is Agustí Fernández a great pianist or a great musician approaching the piano? matador-uy
This is a tremendous album. I'm a big fan of all of the work of Vicente and Dos Rios, but what pushes this album to an even higher level is the percussion. But all of the musicians are terrific.
Throughout the Bouquet, the group takes many forms, from various duos to the full-fledged quintet, on each “Fire Rose” present. Each provides the listener with a new perspective on their creative hive mind, and each facet is worth checking out.
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