Secret Places

Secret Places

November 3, 2017
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Ich glaub', es gibt Regen 4:15 $0.99
Balkanoid 5:14 $0.99
Trance No. 1 5:05 $0.99
Waltz Diabolique 3:00 $0.99
Rock You Vs. Ballerina 6:20 $0.99
Atem - Licht 8:44 $0.99
Hammers (Arr. F. Sacchi for Electric Harp) 3:44 $0.99
Metamorphosis 4:57 $0.99
Carpathian 5:26 $0.99
Eight Strings 3:40 $0.99
Schillers Nachtflug 6:43 $0.99
Three Moods 2:09 $0.99
Chasma 2 2:51 $0.99

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5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, Elegant, Rockin'
By Dawn Avery on September 14, 2018
Passionate and soulful, haunting and uplifting, hypnotic and rhythmic, Secret Places featuring Twiolins, is stunning. The two sibling violinists play original crossover compositions with driving grooves, impeccable intonation, elegant melodies, and a gorgeous sound. This duo is tight as they employ flawless contemporary string technique and various timbral effects, including hypnotic ostinati and lyrical doublestops in Ich glabu’es gibt Regen and Eight Strings, Gershwinesque harmonies in Balkanoid, cinematic ambiance in Schillers Nachtflug, rocking grooves in Rock You vs. Ballerina, Shostakovich intensity in Chasma, dissonance and changing meters of Bartok in Carpathian and Three Moods, with a balance of drive and lyricism throughout. The story of how they came to choose this collection of pieces is fascinating – and I’ll leave that secret for you to unearth.

What’s better than one brilliant violinist? Two – who will not remain a secret!

--Dawn Avery, PhD
US Professor of the Year
GRAMMY nominated musician
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