Gorgeous 6-panel digipak with photos by Mihai Milaimare and Mark Gurevich, design by Boulevard Studio, and of course, the real deal, uncompressed "Lost In Kino" -- plus, a digital download version for your computer & music player.
Includes immediate download of 24-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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Immediate download of 24-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
"Lost in Kino" is the third album from composer and violist Ljova (a.k.a. Lev Zhurbin), focusing on his recent film works. The album's 24 tracks feature a wide range of textures and emotional states, from collaborations with the Gypsy band Romashka, the alt-indie-folk Tall Tall Trees, to cameos from the Hungarian cymbalom virtuoso Kálmán Balogh (playing a cue from Francis Ford Coppola's film "Youth Without Youth"), pipa player Wu Man, among many others, and of course featuring Ljova himself on viola, famiola and fiddle.
released 15 December 2011
Music from films by:
Shailly Agnihotri, Josef Astor, Francis Ford Coppola, Sean Gannet, Robin Hessman, Roman Khrushch, James Marsh, Lev Polyakov, Basia Winograd
Ljova | viola, fiddle, famiola (1-23)
Mike Savino | banjo (1)
members of ROMASHKA (2-13)
Inna Barmash | vocal
Jake Shulman-Ment | violin
Ben Holmes | trumpet
Jeff Perlman | clarinet & sax
Patrick Farrell | accordion
Ron Caswell | tuba
with special guests:
Jay Vilnai | guitar
Mathias Kunzli | drums and percussion
Albert Vardanyan | duduk
Ingrid Gordon | marimba, cymbal & bass drum
TALL TALL TREES (14):
Mike Savino | banjo
Kyle Sanna | guitar
Benjamin Campbell | bass
Mathias Kunzli | drums
Lev "Ljova' Zhurbin was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1978. He divides his time between composing music for film, concert, and
dance; performing with his own ensemble LJOVA AND THE KONTRABAND, and arranging music for the Yo-Yo Ma & Silk Road Ensemble, Kronos Quartet, Alondra de la Parra, Brooklyn Philharmonic and many others....more