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May 28, 2021





PORTICO QUARTET Terrain FORTHCOMING Gondwana Disponible à Montpellier

Portico Quartet annonce Terrain, une suite en trois parties s'inspirant du minimalisme américain et de la
musique ambient et explorant de nouvelles perspectives musicales.
Lorsque Duncan Bellamy et Jack Wyllie, la force motrice derrière Portico Quartet, se sont réunis dans leur
studio de l'Est de Londres en mai 2020 et ont commencé à travailler sur la musique qui allait devenir leur
nouvel album, la majeure partie du monde était au milieu du premier confinement. En créant Terrain, ils ont
été attirés vers des pièces plus longues, se déroulant lentement, et qui sont peut-être les plus libres sur le
plan artistique et aussi les plus belles qu'ils aient jamais réalisés.
Les terrains I, II et III sont tous subtilement différents, mais un court motif rythmique qui se répète est le
point de départ des trois mouvements. Il y a un sens d'un voyage partagé à toutes ces pièces. Elles se
déplacent à travers différents mondes, avec une sensation de mouvement horizontal qui donne à la
musique un véritable élan. C'est ce sens du dialogue, à la fois entre les compositeurs, et entre la tranquillité
et une mélancolie subtilement troublante, qui fait de Terrain une déclaration si puissante. Celui qui parle à la
fois de nos mondes intérieurs et extérieurs, de notre propre paysage personnel, de notre Terrain.

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