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Fariborz Lachini - Requiem album mp3

Performer: Fariborz Lachini
Title: Requiem
Released: 2008
Style: Neo-Romantic
Rating: 4.3
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Fariborz Lachini ‎– Requiem. Label: Lachini Media ‎– FLCD05. Case in point: the "Requiem" album. This batch of neo-classical opuses would very easily be just at home in Europe at the turn of the century as it is in 2008, enrapturing audiences from all walks of life. This album also marks the first time he's venturing into the territory of a pure classical album. Lachini's background-he's Iranian but studied music in Paris-led to him learning how to combine aspects of music from his homeland with what he heard in Europe. The results, especially on "Requiem", are galvanic and vibrant.

Listen free to Fariborz Lachini – Requiem (Requiem, Unafraid and more). The first three tracks of Requiem album were released earlier during March and April 2008 as singles. The first track, Requiem was titled Requiem for a love then. This marks the first time, Faribroz Lachini writes in contemporary classical genre.

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This album has an average beat per minute of 94 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/142 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 70BPM, ends at 129BPM (+59), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Fariborz Lachini.

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Requiem 3 Album Composer: Fariborz Lachini - Contemporary Classical Pieces for Solo Piano: Farewell to Past, Secrets and Dreams, Morning Light, Silent Truth, Shadows& Fate, Oasis, Embrace, Dilemma,AdvancedPiano,Advanced,SoloPiano,EasyListening,l,Solo Piano,Easy Listening,Contemporary Classical. Requiem 3 is the third in a series of classically-styled piano solos by Canadian/Iranian composer/pianist Fariborz Lachini. In keeping with the theme (a requiem is a piece composed in honor of someone's death), the eight original compositions are slow, reflective, and melancholy, but this is not a dark or depressing album. Always graceful and elegant, this is some of Lachini's most beautiful and evocative music to date.

Tracklist

1 Requiem 7:44
2 Unafraid 6:55
3 Blossom 6:22
4 Enigmatic Heart 4:23
5 Unwritten Letter 5:56
6 Across the Waves 9:18
7 Dinner By Candlelight 7:16
8 Emerging from the Clouds 6:40

Credits

  • Composed By – Fariborz Lachini

Notes

Redefining minimalism

The one and only thing that bothers me about the music of Lachini is that I didn't find it sooner. I was first introduced to it in early 2008, and the quality and overall synthesis of the pieces blew my mind. And as I did more research about Lachini, his background and his music, the more interested I became. Put simply, these are pieces that are hard to believe are being written today. They're that ahead of their time.

Comparisons to contemporaries happen-as they often do-when it comes to trying to explain Lachini's music to those who are uninitiated. But it seems like the right adjectives aren't always there. Either way, it needs to be said: Steve Reich and Thomas Newman really have nothing on Fariborz Lachini when it comes to mindful reductivism in classical music. Although both composers do what they do very well, the frequent comparisons to Lachini's compositions aren't really the most accurate ones. True, both Reich and Newman fall along the lines of creating soundscapes for a new wave world. But minimalism, a benign enough term that's often been used to describe Lachini's compositions, is also a name that doesn't go far enough when talking about his music. Lachini, who is known and revered for his film compositions (and of course, the rest of his extensive body of work) for decades like Newman, stands alone with a gift for creating compositions that are so emotionally searing that it's easy to be curious about their sources. And while Lachini's compositions are vivacious, it's also obvious that they would easily succeed in every era-their origins even seem mysterious, as though the compositions were just discovered as sheet music in a tucked-away vault somewhere and had just been given new life.

Case in point: the "Requiem" album. This batch of neo-classical opuses would very easily be just at home in Europe at the turn of the century as it is in 2008, enrapturing audiences from all walks of life. This album also marks the first time he's venturing into the territory of a pure classical album. Lachini's background-he's Iranian but studied music in Paris-led to him learning how to combine aspects of music from his homeland with what he heard in Europe. The results, especially on "Requiem", are galvanic and vibrant. What he has created here is an intensity that translates across genres- which is proven by the fact that he's also managed to parlay this quiet but critical intensity into more than 100 film scores.

Vitality can come in a variety of forms, and with this album, you can set your expectations well beyond the typical classical music canon. You can anticipate subtlety, suspense and longing, too-all of which are genuinely lost arts in classical music.

--Stephanie R. Myers, New York City, August 2008
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