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Saturday 16th January / posted by Graham Hawkes

Falling like tears” adds another splendid CD to recordings and compositions by Duncan Gardiner. With Setsu Masuda [piano] they from the mimi duo.
From the jacket notes;
mimi duo is so excited about this album. For some time now, mimi wanted to release an album of their original pieces and when they discovered the story of “The Rose, the Butterfly, the Bee and the Moth,” the duo knew they had the theme for an entire album on their hands. The story, beatufully written by renowned author, Jane Harrison, was later illustrated and turned into an art book – a sculptural art installation which opens up like a concertina – by celebrated artist, Jo Darvall. mimi was so taken by the magic of the art book that they decided to set the story to music. Duncan composed 9 original works which set various passages of the story to music, and this has become the centrepiece for the entire project.”

CD launch at:-
Church of the Resurrection
105 Shenton Rd, Swanbourne
2pm Sun Mar 6

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