Khemia Ensemble – Intersections (2022) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

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Khemia Ensemble – Intersections (2022)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 01:06:08 minutes | 1,10 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Ravello Records

INTERSECTIONS from the dynamic chamber group Khemia Ensemble invites listeners to meditate on the confluence of beginnings, endings, and the hope and grief that can accompany those events. With intersections of acoustic chamber music, electronics, and multi-genre influences, the album features a stinging commentary on microagressions (Sink’s Bite!), a tumultuous mother/daughter relationship (Freund’s Song of Persephone), a tender lullaby dedicated to his newborn son, rooted in a family ritual of planting a cottonwood tree (Benavides’ Little Cloud), an exploration of memory inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s infinity rooms (Biedenbender’s in a field of stars), and an assertion of identity through Bollywood melodies and American pop sensibilities (Shekhar’s Don’t Beat a Word). By showcasing commissioned music by five living composers, Khemia Ensemble demonstrates their commitment to reflecting broader perspectives in contemporary classical chamber music.


1-1. Khemia Ensemble – Bite! (08:19)
1-2. Khemia Ensemble – I. Earth (06:04)
1-3. Khemia Ensemble – II. Gone (05:59)
1-4. Khemia Ensemble – III. Flowers (08:39)
1-5. Khemia Ensemble – Little Cloud (09:38)
1-6. Khemia Ensemble – I. Box with a Door (01:42)
1-7. Khemia Ensemble – II. This World of Rooms (05:16)
1-8. Khemia Ensemble – III. Of Endless Selves (02:11)
1-9. Khemia Ensemble – IV. Cave of Ice (01:23)
1-10. Khemia Ensemble – V. Ever-Swallowing Dark (02:24)
1-11. Khemia Ensemble – VI. Fire Inside winter (03:25)
1-12. Khemia Ensemble – VII. Pillars of Light (04:38)
1-13. Khemia Ensemble – Don’t Beat a Word (06:24)



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