Support our efforts, sign up to a full membership!
(Start for free)
Register or login with just your e-mail address
Classical 26/01/2019

Deutsche Grammophon Launches New Project, 12, With Today's Release Of "Moon Square" By Arnold Kasar

Deutsche Grammophon Launches New Project, 12, With Today's Release Of "Moon Square" By Arnold Kasar

Our news in your mail

* indicates required
News frequency *


New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Introducing Deutsche Grammophon's new project 12 - a 12-track, multi-artist collection from today's innovative and creative musicians. The brand-new tracks will be released one per month throughout 2019 and have been specially chosen both to represent different contemporary classical genres and to suit the mood of the season.



12 is launched today with the release of "Moon Square" by Berlin-based pianist, composer and producer Arnold Kasar. Melancholic but with a glimmer of optimism - this is the perfect choice for the dark days of January.

Kasar released his DG debut album Einfluss, a unique collaboration with Krautrock legend Hans-Joachim Roedelius, in 2017. Famed for challenging the accepted boundaries of classical and electronic music - Kasar is always restless and in search of new sounds.






Most read news of the week
Yamaha Re-Thinks How Student Strings Are Made And Played
Yamaha CG-TA Introduces Transacoustic Technology To CG Series Nylon String Guitars
Lil Wayne "Don't Cry" Video: Watch Tribute To XXXTentacion
Ellen Starski To Hit The Road In The Spring; "Relevant Roots Music"
Indie-Rock Band At Pavillon Shares 'Believers' Single + Video!
Ryan Adams' New Single "F*** The Rain," Is Out Today
Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Mark Mathews Releases New EP 'Fizzy Beasts'
Rock Justice Award Given To The Association
Anchor Audio Unveils New Brand Identity




© 2001-2020
top40-charts.com (S4)
about | advertise | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.4420791 secs // 4 () queries in 0.0049281120300293 secs


Support Top40-Charts.com (5$/year) We noticed you are using an Ad blocker! Please consider supporting our site. We provide free content for everyone and would love to only be funded by music lovers -> Find out how