We’d like to show the side of the world you don’t normally see on television.
(Album Cover for « Samsara » by Christopher Stewart)
Poligraf’s first album will be entitled « Samsara » in reference to the cycle of reincarnation in Buddhist culture.
Samsara is a Sanskrit and Pali term derived from to « flow together, » « to go or pass through states, » « to wander, » and which translates as «…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on November 9, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments
The closing movement of « Juggernaut » is entitled, simply, « Epilogue. »
Inspired by ELP's «…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on November 7, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments
« The Chrome Lake » is the core middle part of the « Entering The Stream » trilogy. Lasting a little over 12 minutes, the composition depicts one episode of intense soul-searching, and…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on November 6, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments
The eighth and final movement of « Octoccata » is entitled « Multilethalead » and…Continue
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("Athletics tracks finish line" by Petey21)
« Marimbariation » takes its name from the brief passage featuring the marimba that leads this seventh movement of the « Symphony of Eights. »
Once the percussive instrument concludes its opening…Continue
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How on Earth can a musical movement be named « Progigoriation » you ask ? Well, obviously, because it's the prog rock variation of another similar movement entitled « Igorchestral » I emphatically reply.…Continue
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The next segment of « Octoccata » is entitled « Reoctoverture. » Basically, this section is a reprise of the introduction, hence the name, as it restates the theme presented therein, albeit…Continue
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The fourth movement from « Octoccata » is entitled « Biorhythalead. » Its title came about from the markers I used to identify each of the sub-sections of the composition.
After a transition…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on November 1, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments