Here’s a “Sarabande” by J.S. Bach, reimagined from the inside out for the fadolín at the Toronto Music Garden.
Enter The Fadolín – Behind the Tracks
the final installment of “Behind The Tracks” about the album “Enter The Fadolín”, focusing on the five remaining miniatures in the collection — enjoy!
A “Behind the Tracks” post about Ljova’s three-movement “Midnight Suite”, and the atmosphere behind the music.
A “Behind the Tracks” post about “Playground Móòd”, improvised in April 2020 during the height of the pandemic’s first wave.
A “Behind The Tracks” post about Ljova’s composition “A Nocturne”
A post about Martin Hayes and “O’Carolan’s Farewell to Music”, part of Ljova’s new album “Enter The Fadolín”.
Continuing the thread of “Behind The Tracks” posts about my new album “Enter The Fadolín”, this post focuses on two tracks that go back-to-back, hand-in-hand:
“Going Home -> Leaving Home -> Finding Home Again” and “Light”
Listen to them both below as you read this post.
continuing the thread of “Behind The Tracks” posts about my new album “Enter The Fadolín” is a bilingual English/Russian guest post from my dad, Alexander Zhurbin, about his piece “Fine Fantasy”.
A video episode of “Behind the Tracks” about my new album “Enter The Fadolín”, this time focusing on the track “Baltic Melismas” — including the secret of composing music on a street consumed by techno music and bouncing children.. come for the secrets, stay for the photos…. enjoy! 🙂
In this installment of “Behind the Tracks” about my new album, I speak about the two pieces on the record written by J.S. Bach, his very famous “Prelude in C Major” and the lesser known “Chromatic Fantasy”.