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The Uncertainty Principle is the brain child of Russian composer Alexandre Danilevski, who blends music and instruments from the middle-ages to the modern day. On this recording, Danilvski’s own ensemble Syntagma interprets two of his works for mixed ensemble and voice, while the Flanders Recorder Quartet plays his Antiphones and cellist Larissa Groeneveld presents Revelation, a concerto for cello solo.
Carpe Diem Records is offering the track "Lauda – Quarta Parte ‘Gia le ferrate e inexpugnabil porte’" from The Uncertainty Principle
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