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The music from Kate N. V. her album called for is largely electronic this piece though called oak seems to be pretty acoustic with the the marimba the percussion ensemble and I just thought that would be a nice way to and he's out of the peace that came before which built up to such a big dramatic finale that was Anton biotic off and a him to god the father a setting of one of the mystic poems of John done song in the original English by Alexander Karang cough and taken from Anton bodyguards album I fear no more which is a line from the poem that that we heard the state academic symphony orchestra of Russia conducted by Vladimir Yurovsky there are a couple of Russian rock musicians product off himself plays the piano when needed and again that's from his album my fear no more selected songs and meditations of John done live recording by the way made in Moscow in twenty fourteen and than the cake and the peace also from Moscow when we are featuring on this edition of new sounds some new music from Russia will bring back the Kronos quartet and another string quartet arrangement of some choral music this time by Vladimir marching off we'll also hear a work by your review could Jeff beautiful chant inspired by Russian liturgical music so stay with us for that as well as we continue with new sounds listen to any new sound show anytime online at new sounds dot org you can also like.