“Morning Dew Ft. Negar Nick On Persian Kamanche In 432Hz” is a recent track from Art Tawanghar. I was reading that, “The ancients considered dew to be traces of a subtle substance left by Eos, goddess of the dawn. At other times Diana was often called "The Dewy One." In the dry warm climate of southern Europe, dew was essential to plant life.
The song does have the feeling of morning dew. If you ever had the pleasure to go camping and wake up after a night of raining with the sun out it can be a beautiful scene. There is a warmth and comfort between plants, water and sun that’s a little hard to explain the experiential nature of.
The song starts with not much more than piano and orchestral strings. There is a mix of melancholy and a meditative type of stillness. As the song progresses there are circular and hypnotic piano melodies which intensify but only briefly before the song simmers down.
There is again another rise about half way through where the song sounds thematic and regal. I felt like it could be music you might hear playing during a ceremony on the TV show Game of Thrones. It should also be noted how technical yet graceful these performances were. Every note feels like it is where it is supposed to be.
This is definitely one of the more minimal tracks I have heard from Art Tawanghar. There is no percussion and the orchestral strings and piano give more breathing room than I remember from other tracks I’ve heard. Although this song is not a complete departure from his previous material, it displays a side of his composition skills I wasn’t fully aware of. Recommended.
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