Los Angeles-based Iranian-born composer Saba Alizadeh, a member of his father
Hossein's Hamavayan Ensemble since 2007,
blended Iranian classical music and Western electroacoustic music in the
ten instrumental vignettes of Scattered Memories (2019), not too distant
from the spirit and sound of the new-age music of the 1980s in the
pensive and nostalgic Blood City, in the
pastoral Dream and in the
seven-minute sonata Scattered Memories for folk and neoclassical instruments.
More interesting are the
sinister, dark, threatening reverb tornado of Colors Wove Me In Tehran
stately drones and glitchy noise of Elegy For Water.
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