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?How do you describe a feeling, an atmosphere, a memory? How do you reach a state, a space without words? Trio Peltomaa Fraanje Perkola explores unworldly states in their newly created album komorebi, combining their original compositions and improvisations with inspiration from medieval chant and Finnish poetry. A word that cannot be transcribed, Komorebi refers to three Japanese words:?(ko),?(more), and?(bi) with no straightforward translation. It can be described as "to the sunlight shining through the trees". It beautifully captures the interplay of the aesthetics between the light and the leaves, and the shape of nature's most profound earthly existence.
?How do you describe a feeling, an atmosphere, a memory? How do you reach a state, a space without words? Trio Peltomaa Fraanje Perkola explores unworldly states in their newly created album komorebi, combining their original compositions and improvisations with inspiration from medieval chant and Finnish poetry. A word that cannot be transcribed, Komorebi refers to three Japanese words:?(ko),?(more), and?(bi) with no straightforward translation. It can be described as "to the sunlight shining through the trees". It beautifully captures the interplay of the aesthetics between the light and the leaves, and the shape of nature's most profound earthly existence.
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Komorebi
Artist: Perkola / Peltomaa / Fraanje
Format: CD
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?How do you describe a feeling, an atmosphere, a memory? How do you reach a state, a space without words? Trio Peltomaa Fraanje Perkola explores unworldly states in their newly created album komorebi, combining their original compositions and improvisations with inspiration from medieval chant and Finnish poetry. A word that cannot be transcribed, Komorebi refers to three Japanese words:?(ko),?(more), and?(bi) with no straightforward translation. It can be described as "to the sunlight shining through the trees". It beautifully captures the interplay of the aesthetics between the light and the leaves, and the shape of nature's most profound earthly existence.
        
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