This cd is a continuation of a series, as I found out on Robert’s website he previously released albums such as “Sea Voices”, “Forest Voices” and even “Rain Forest Voices”.
The initial idea for “Space Voices” started after Robert Jíša had heard the NASA recordings of the “sounds” of the planets, in particular those made by the Voyager 1 of planet Jupiter.
Well, the twelve tracks on this excellently 24-bit digitally mastered album form a beautiful, uninterrupted tapestry of varied sounds, comprising carefully moulded orchestral and string arrangements. They are accompanied by occasional piano, flute and even velvet vocal textures, lending the music an enchanted, highly cinematic realm.
The compelling 10-minute gem “Slunce” kicks off, featuring heavenly voices, leading the way to both expansive and more intimate sounding exercises in the following tracks.
As the cosmic journey further unfolds, we encounter the dynamic soundscapes of “Mars” which lead to the expansive soundings of “Jupiter”, “Saturn” and “Pluto”.
There’s not doubt a lot of hard work was invested in creating this sparkling as emotional piece of space music, which becomes even more impressive when listening with your eyes closed.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Robert Jíša artist page