Mr Leimer explains this cd is comprised of constructed and deconstructed pieces juxtaposed to disclose the contrasts and commonality of organizing and recognizing sound into music.
Listening to the almost mathematically and very carefully composed music on “The Useless Lesson” feels like entering a strange world of minimalism, where warm string sounds blend with neo-classical ambient textures and soundscapes with an experimental edge.
There’s a sense of honesty and directness reflected by this peculiar music which stands out best on the first three tracks.
This makes “The Useless Lesson” a 65 minute adventurous recording only suitable for experienced ambient ears.
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