Impermanence of Dew

Impermanence of Dew

     
 

Impermanence of Dew is a collection of vaguely Asian-influenced contemporary instrumental pieces. Huang Hong-Ying 's "Stories of a Small Town" opens the album with a mournful Chinese vocal and the pluck of traditional string instruments. However, the very next song keeps the Asian influence, but runs it through the neon modernism of contemporary Hong Kong. LuoSee more details below

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Impermanence of Dew is a collection of vaguely Asian-influenced contemporary instrumental pieces. Huang Hong-Ying 's "Stories of a Small Town" opens the album with a mournful Chinese vocal and the pluck of traditional string instruments. However, the very next song keeps the Asian influence, but runs it through the neon modernism of contemporary Hong Kong. Luo Shou-Cheng's "Moon Mirrored on Two Streams" is another delicate wonder, and the album's later piano suite is tasteful and low-key. But Impermanence of Dew's mood can never quite settle in, since its contemplative moments are at odds with broader, less-focused material.

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Release Date:
09/02/2003
Label:
Dream (All429)
UPC:
0680122200320
catalogNumber:
2003

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