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Pascal Schumacher "Luna": Neoclassical finesse.

Before we enjoy some peaceful music, I would like to draw yours, dear reader, attention to the destructive, murderous evil unleashed by Putin on the free world. Ukraine is currently shielding the rest of the world with courage, but also - unfortunately - innocent blood. Blood of not only thousands of troops and grown civilians, but also infants - over 100 children dead and over 800 injured - to be more specific. We at MDWYS, encourage you to show all and any support you can, be it monetary or informative to our war-ridden brothers and sisters. Here are some links you may find useful:

https://bank.gov.ua/en/

https://razomforukraine.org/donate/

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Pascal Schumacher was probably one of the first artists to receive a full blown review of his work when we first started the blog now almost two years ago. Having mastered vibraphone, this talent remains one of the most wanted names not just in our domain, but in the neoclassical scene at large.


His recent work "Luna" speaks volumes to his capacity and then some. Somewhat cinematic, but not in the dramatic way, the piece establishes a prevalent mood of anticipation and mystery, patiently building on its magnificent vibraphone-delivered melodic effort. Paired with a captivating music video, the piece stands another marble in the catalogue of this almost prodigy-like arists.


Experience "Luna" up above.



/RJ



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