Isang Enders just released his third album with Berlin Classics: "Vox Humana" is exceptional not only musically but also conceptually. The cellist carefully selected French works from four centuries for this concept album. Also featured are outstanding instrumentalists with whom Isang Enders takes his audience on an exciting chamber music journey. "I believe in the magic of sound and the fascination of hearing. Although each of us who can hear does hear, all the time and as a matter of course, the way each one of us perceives what we hear is the truly unique element. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could let everyone hear what we are hearing within us? Wouldn't we be pleased if we could wordlessly communicate what we feel? It is my instrument alone that sets limits, not my will. My desire is to find the expression, feel the words and experience the sound. That is why these works - all French music - belong here, because they have accompanied me on a voyage of discovery towards the inner voice, the human voice. Debussy's works of art are the gateway to this inspiration. Where does it come from, where does it go? Those were my key questions." - Isang Enders
Isang Enders just released his third album with Berlin Classics: "Vox Humana" is exceptional not only musically but also conceptually. The cellist carefully selected French works from four centuries for this concept album. Also featured are outstanding instrumentalists with whom Isang Enders takes his audience on an exciting chamber music journey. "I believe in the magic of sound and the fascination of hearing. Although each of us who can hear does hear, all the time and as a matter of course, the way each one of us perceives what we hear is the truly unique element. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could let everyone hear what we are hearing within us? Wouldn't we be pleased if we could wordlessly communicate what we feel? It is my instrument alone that sets limits, not my will. My desire is to find the expression, feel the words and experience the sound. That is why these works - all French music - belong here, because they have accompanied me on a voyage of discovery towards the inner voice, the human voice. Debussy's works of art are the gateway to this inspiration. Where does it come from, where does it go? Those were my key questions." - Isang Enders
885470012124

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Format: CD
Label: BLN
Rel. Date: 01/01/2021
UPC: 885470012124

Vox Humana
Artist: Vox Humana / Various
Format: CD
New: Available at Distributor, Will arrive Pure Pop in 2-5 days. $18.99
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DISC: 1

1. The Waves of Wollongong
2. Beginning: quarter note = 50
3. Bar 61
4. Bar 159
5. Bar 220
6. Bar 281
7. Bar 330
8. Bar 405
9. Bar 467
10. Liverpool Lullabies
11. Beginning: quarter note = 54
12. Bar 25
13. Bar 80
14. Bar 134
15. Bar 169
16. Bar 243
17. Bar 335
18. 2017
19. I. The World Upside Down
20. II. Lonely Creatures
21. III. Fake News
22. IV. Inner Soul
23. V. The Bragger
24. VI. Reflection
25. VII. Train from Hell

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Isang Enders just released his third album with Berlin Classics: "Vox Humana" is exceptional not only musically but also conceptually. The cellist carefully selected French works from four centuries for this concept album. Also featured are outstanding instrumentalists with whom Isang Enders takes his audience on an exciting chamber music journey. "I believe in the magic of sound and the fascination of hearing. Although each of us who can hear does hear, all the time and as a matter of course, the way each one of us perceives what we hear is the truly unique element. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could let everyone hear what we are hearing within us? Wouldn't we be pleased if we could wordlessly communicate what we feel? It is my instrument alone that sets limits, not my will. My desire is to find the expression, feel the words and experience the sound. That is why these works - all French music - belong here, because they have accompanied me on a voyage of discovery towards the inner voice, the human voice. Debussy's works of art are the gateway to this inspiration. Where does it come from, where does it go? Those were my key questions." - Isang Enders