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Erased Tapes first introduced Lubomyr Melnyk and his unique continuous music technique to a wider audience with Corollaries, an album produced by Peter Broderick in 2013. Now he returns with a 24-minute mini album entitled Evertina.
Featuring three newly composed solo piano pieces, the long-form EP showcases another side to Lubomyr – his more gentle and melodic work.
In 2012 Lubomyr's ears began to notice the remarkable tonal depth of upright pianos. To Lubomyr the upright piano sound is like a natural forest of microcosmic colours. Evertina and Awaiting were created on a middle-aged upright piano at a friend's home in New York in October 2012 – just before Hurricane Sandy hit the city.
Some children were listening to Lubomyr as he played in a hotel lobby in Cologne and Butterfly is the piece that he made for them. It was recorded on an equally old grand piano with the lid closed, somewhere in Switzerland in late 2013.
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- 1. Evertina
- 2. Awaiting
- 3. Butterfly (for Solo Piano)