The idea for the album Luther started in 2015 after visiting Wartburg. It was a mighty feeling to enter the room where Martin Luther translated the New Testament from Latin to German. The translation gave citizens the opportunity to have their own relationship with God and to reflect on the written word, which was not possible before. This album is a musical interpretation of the historical person Luther at a time when everything was changing. Martin Luther chose the monastic life because of a thunderstorm.
Johan Joachim Agrell (1701-1765) was in many ways a traveller between the worlds: in Uppsala, the Swede's great talent was recognized by the Hessian envoy, which resulted in Agrell being summoned to a court near Kassel in Germany. He later went as municipal chapel-master to Nuremberg. Musically, Agrell was a brilliant Baroque composer in whose works many of the new early Classical trends were anticipated.
Auteurs d'un remarquable Maître Eckhart ou l'empreinte du désert, Gwendoline Jarczyk et Pierre-Jean Labarrière présentent ici, après celle des Traités, la traduction des trente premiers sermons du maître dominicain. Le grand mystique se montre, dans ses prédications en moyen-haut allemand, plus accessible que dans son oeuvre latine. …
This album was created in Lemland/Åland 2015-2017. It's about space and has a connection to my previous space albums and connects everything to an entirety - Space is a source of inspiration, a mystery that will give humanity a continuousunderstanding.
Influenced by the early synth masters, such as Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis and Tangerine Dream, as well as the progressive rock of Pink Floyd, Tronestam draws sounds from his synths that sweep like plasma fields projecting from the Sun or shift like the light of fading suns. The effect is neither entirely naturalistic nor abstract, but instils the feeling of moving through four dimensions in proximity to almost nothing else.