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Robert Haigh // Human Remains LP/CD

Robert Haigh // Human Remains LP/CD

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British pianist Robert Haigh, who has been active since the 1980s, has already repressed the record released in March 2022 from Unseen Worlds in New York, USA.

Includes 13 neo-classical ambient songs that are fleeting and beautiful daydreams, mainly piano.

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Compact disc / 12" vinyl LP

Unseen Worlds:

"Human Remains follows Creatures of the Deep and Black Sarabande as the final installment of a trilogy of piano based recordings by Robert Haigh for Unseen Worlds. The trilogy marks the end of the late era of solo albums by Haigh before he steps away from music production.

The title, Human Remains, was initially based on a painting of the same name by Haigh that is suggestive of an ancient structure resolute in the wake of overwhelming forces. As a metaphor for our current times, it could be as human frailty in the face of nature's unyielding dominion. Conversely, it could represent the persistence of human spirit and resourcefulness in the midst of catastrophe and upheaval. "

Artist: Robert Haigh

Label : Unseen Worlds

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British pianist Robert Haigh, who has been active since the 1980s, has already repressed the record released in March 2022 from Unseen Worlds in New York, USA.

Includes 13 neo-classical ambient songs that are fleeting and beautiful daydreams, mainly piano.

-----------------------------------

Compact disc / 12" vinyl LP

Unseen Worlds:

"Human Remains follows Creatures of the Deep and Black Sarabande as the final installment of a trilogy of piano based recordings by Robert Haigh for Unseen Worlds. The trilogy marks the end of the late era of solo albums by Haigh before he steps away from music production.

The title, Human Remains, was initially based on a painting of the same name by Haigh that is suggestive of an ancient structure resolute in the wake of overwhelming forces. As a metaphor for our current times, it could be as human frailty in the face of nature's unyielding dominion. Conversely, it could represent the persistence of human spirit and resourcefulness in the midst of catastrophe and upheaval. "

Artist: Robert Haigh

Label : Unseen Worlds