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The Silk Road Ensemble: Canal by Ljova

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This first reading of “Canal” by Lev Zhurbin (Ljova) was shared as a new work in progress during a Silkroad Ensemble residency at Harvard University in December 2013. Silkroad commissioned the piece as part of an ongoing multidisciplinary exploration of rivers.




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3 thoughts on “The Silk Road Ensemble: Canal by Ljova

  1. D Moss says:

    I can sense time moving from past to present, along a single shoreline. This is an awesome piece in progress from them. 

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