Elizabeth Veldon – Three songs for a stillborn youth

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artist: Elizabeth Veldon
title:three songs for a stillborn youth
keywords: experimental avant garde electronic noise United Kingdom

Elizabeth Veldon brings with her ‘three songs for a stillborn youth’ two main instruments into the recording range: a piano and ‘silence’. The compositions features lots and lots of the ‘silence’ but also has the carefully timed piano bits once and a while dripping through. It would probably be played for a stillborn youth like a backdrop of reminders; something perfect for sleeping and yet with enough imaginative piano notes to trigger the imagination of any stillborn youth.

Somehow it might even stimulate the stillborn youth into composing its own piano music on the sounds of silence, just through a mental state. There is lots of room for the imagination of the stillborn youth, creating a nice balance between music hints & ideas for not only a stillborn, but might as well inspire an adult consumer’s own creative mind.

If this review would be a bit like the actual music, it would probably be looking a bit like this:

………………………….Elizabeth Veldon……………………………………piano music…………………………………………………….beautiful notes…………keys……………………………silence………………………………………………………..inspiration……………………..do it yourself………………………………………..stillborn child……………………………………………….download……………………….listen………………………………………………………………..be inspired…………………………………………..over here:

http://elizabethveldon.bandcamp.com/album/three-songs-for-a-stillborn-youth
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One Response to Elizabeth Veldon – Three songs for a stillborn youth

  1. Pingback: Review Reblog – Elizabeth Veldon – Three songs for a stillborn youth — Yeah I Know It Sucks | Feminatronic

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