“Solitary journeys, listening to the chants of countries and brotherhood encounters have led me to have more and more the feeling that the homeland of every man is his breath, the songs he brings with him. Every North is also a South.
To get lost and than to find yourself in ancient memories and timeless encounters. ”
The theme on which this piece develops is of Swedish origins then immediately transfigured. Indian Rāgās and Middle Eastern scales are evoked up to culminating with the ostinato rhythm of Albanian dance and free improvisation of avant-garde jazz.
“Honored to have played in this old typical Danish piano and thanksfull to Møn Session for the idea and for the passion on this work.”
– Robert Bisha
Robert Bisha – piano
LOCATION & DATE
Jydeleget, Møn – 16 may 2019
Joel Gjærsbøl – sound mix
Jurij Pavlovski – piano tuning
Emile Carlsen & Simon Sticker – camera & production