Bewitching cello "looper" mixed like Ed Alleyne-Johnson did in early nineties but not on New Age way. Here it is as closer to J.S. Bach and his Cello Suite than Ed Alleyne. But the method is similar.
A very relaxing performance brings ears to nirvana by sounding rich harmonics from her instrument.
Siting quiet on a sofa savoring these sumptuous melodies taking my mind out of daily customs. This is what I feel while I'm listening to this album. Emmanuel Codden
This is a fascinating aural travelogue that really piques the imagination and engages strong sensory perceptions for me; bringing the 'inward journey' to life.
Koner brings an amazing (and surprising) range of emotions to the fore...there are so many stories being told here and more is unravelled with each listen...
I find myself unwittingly drawn back to these pieces time and again, trying to 'fill in the gaps' and enhance his aural scenarios (or "Sonic Cartography", as Koner calls it) with my own imagination.You can dwell in one location or submit to the ever-moving diaspora...
A truly absorbing and engrossing experience. John Cratchley