Implications in D Major; An Adagio For Chamber Strings

 

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Implications in D Major is a six-minute piece, the first in a suite of five movements of instrumental chamber music from Lou Rogai.

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  • Roy Eric Whitman

    Roy Eric Whitman Scranton, PA

    The Implications Adagio for Strings is not so much haunting as it is proselytizing inasmuch as it educates us about the ways of the spiritual world, which is not to obscure the material world but to enhance it. We feel the horsehair bows pulling across the strings and the sound is phantom-esque and electric like a spirit. While Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings made us feel profound sorrow, this Adagio makes us experience hyper-awareness of the spiritual world around us.

    The Implications Adagio for Strings is not so much haunting as it is proselytizing inasmuch as it educates us about the ways of the spiritual world, which is not to obscure the material world but to enhance it. We feel the horsehair bows pulling across the strings and the sound is phantom-esque and electric like a spirit. While Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings made us feel profound sorrow, this Adagio makes us experience hyper-awareness of the spiritual world around us.

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