Sunday, April 3, 2016

Caprice - Kywitt! Kywitt! (RUSSIA 2009) [AvantProg] @320

Enter the crazy faerie universe of this virtuoso neoclassical band. Surrealistic, yet beautiful, 'never heard before' music blending orchestral and folk instruments with vintage analogue synthesizers.
3 years after their 'Elvenmusic III', the new ‘Caprice’ escapes from the forest.
Discover now the 'craziest and surrealistic' neoclassical masterpiece of these virtuosi musicians from Moscow Opera. Caprice music on the 'Elven trilogy' was about to translate sounds and music that Elves could create. Kywitt is different and gives a human view (sometimes hallucinations...) at the faerie world. The result is a ‘never heard before’ music, more surrealistic, more ‘Fantasy’ and also more intense.
The Genius Composer 'Anton Brejestovski' seems to play with the score and instruments like he would play with toys. He adds a lot of new musicians and instruments, like drums, electric guitar, electro, vintage analogue synthesizers blended with classical and folk instruments (Cello, violin, Oboe, clarinet, accordion, duduk, saz...).
Discover Caprice surrealistic world, 'Poppy' songs of dwarves, orcs but also beautiful and intense Elven neoclassical melodies.

01 - Dundellion Wine
02 - Monday, Tuesday
03 - Kywitt! Kywitt!
04 - Mary Morison
05 - Philomet, With Melody
06 - Christmass Lullaby
07 - Fae Fae Fae Fae Fae Fae Fae
08 - Adew Sweet Amarillis
09 - Rumpled Wille
10 - The Dusk Of Kimmeria
11 - More
12 - Peggy
13 - Garden Of Love

Inna Brejestovskaya – voice
Anton Brejestovski – music, keyboards
Vladimir Bobovnikov – flute
Anton Konchakov – clarinet
Alexey Bazhalkin – bassoon
Alexandra Korzina – violin
Tatiana Strunina – harp


  1. This is incredibly beautiful. Thank you, once again, Crimson King.

  2. I always end up buying the albums you review. Thanks for the heads up on this beauty.

  3. This album is amazing ! Many thanks :)


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