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Labyrinth – new album by David Greilsammer – Naive records

Repetition Blindness was written especially for this project by David Greilsammer and was supported by the Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund.

Released worldwide by Naïve Records, David Greilsammer’s new solo album “Labyrinth” is an astounding, wild, and unexpected project, telling the story of a striking dream that has haunted the artist for many years. The listener is invited to embark on an unusual musical journey, through a maze of short pieces, from early Baroque and all the way to music of our times, including works that have never been heard before.

DAVID GREILSAMMER’S NEW ALBUM IS HAILED BY THE PRESS



“A fantastical and disorienting adventure… an ambitious attempt by a thoughtful artist to rethink what a recital can be in our time… a listening pleasure”
Read the full review here

“Listening to this unexpected performance is like being on a roller coaster… It is troubling, and at the same time fascinating and delightful… the most interesting album I have heard this year”Read the full review here (in Hebrew)

“Impassioned decisiveness and brilliant clarity… ingenious”Read the full review here

A courageous soul journey… There could not be a better way of getting lost”Hear the full radio broadcast here (in German)

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