"The solo cello piece Delphi—What the Oracle Said (1994, revised 2014) ruminates on glimpses of futures and the lingering effect of places on the soul—in this case, Delphi, visited by the composer while still a young teenager.
Cellist Tanya Anisimova and Krash have been collaborators for over two decades. Anisimova, who also appeared on Krash’s earlier disc on Albany, phrases expressively and really allows her instrument to speak. The resultant “narration,” lasting over seven minutes, is absolutely gripping; the cello is recorded well, and blissfully not too closely."
Fanfare Magazine. Issue 41:6. July/August 2018. By Colin Clarke
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