Anmeldelser

Her er samlet nogle af de vidunderlige anmeldelser/reviews, som “Somewhere in a Hidden Memory” har modtaget.

Bill Binkelmann, Zone Music Reporter, skriver i sin meget fine anmeldelse bl.a.:

“This album is her third release and I only wish I had known of her sooner–I never tire of music as timeless and therapeutic as hers. Somewhere in a Hidden Memory is no longer a “hidden” CD which is great news for listeners looking for a soothing musical balm to counteract the craziness we must contend with on a day-by-day basis.”

Læs hele anmeldelsen her: http://opsahl.dk/?page_id=349

 

John M Peters, The Borderland skriver bl.a.:

“This is a superb album that will reward the listener with many wonders on repeated listening.”

Læs hele anmeldelsen her (engelsk): http://www.mpeters77.freeserve.co.uk/musicwatch5.html

 

Kathy Parsons, MainlyPiano skriver bl.a.:

“Somewhere in a Hidden Memory” er et af de bedste harpe-albums, jeg har hørt. Check det ud!

Læs hele anmeldelsen her (engelsk): http://www.mainlypiano.com/2012_Reviews/Opsahl-Somewhere_In_a_Hidden_Memory.html

 

Tajali Moonstar skriver:

“I love this album! I haven’t heard anything as peaceful as this since Kim Robertson’s first Celtic harp releases in the early ’80s. Trine Opsahl’s harp play is a therapy for body, mind and soul! A gentle sound bath – meditative and rejuvenating. Inspired by Therese Schroeder-Sheker who reinvented Music & the Art of Dying a practice for people who make the transition to another plane, Trine also plays in hospices in her homeland in Denmark. It is interesting that harp music is thought to be the music of the heavens and that angels play the harp! There must be something in the sound of the harp that is healing, angelic and soothing. Somewhere in a Hidden Memory is highly recommended.”

 

Lee Armstrong skriver på Amazon.com:

“Trine Opsahl’s music is so peaceful and resonant. The Celtic harp is such a glorious instrument. Her original compositions for harp blend one into the other like floating on clouds of different sizes, shapes and textures. To give an idea of the range: the opening track “To a Wild Rose” is wistful and contemplative, while “Crossroads” is like sonic pixie dust & “Ripples in Water” embodies a bubbling brook running briskly. “Brother Sun” and “Somewhere in a Hidden Memory” are lovely melodies that grow gracefully with repeated play. For fans of harp music, this is a delightful disc. Enjoy!”

 

Dana Wright fra Muzikreviews.com skriver:

“At lytte til dette album er som at drive på et hav af bevidsthed, der guider dig væk fra livets hektiske pres.
Hvis du holder af salige harmonier og harpemusik med en himmelsk tone, så tror jeg at du vil nyde dette album lige så meget som jeg gjorde.”

Læs hele anmeldelsen her (engelsk): http://www.muzikreviews.com/reviews.php?ID=2349

 

Michael Diamond fra Music and Media Focus skriver:

“… det er Trines engagement og erfaring som musiker og komponist, der er vinden i sejlene for instrumentet. En af mine yndlingssange var titelnummeret, som skabte en vemodig, drømmeagtig stemning, der fremkaldte rige visuelle billeder, når jeg lyttede med lukkede øjne.”

Læs hele anmeldelsen her (engelsk): http://michaeldiamondmusic.com/2012/11/10/somewhere-in-a-hidden-memory-by-trine-opsahl/

 

Sergei Oreshkin, Ascentor (frit oversat fra russisk):

“Med dette bløde, bølgende album fyldt af kvindelig energi vil du tilbringe tiden i behageligt selskab. Det vil sende tankerne i den rigtige retning, og, hvem ved, give dig positive incitamenter, der vil ændre dit liv, så du undgår problemer og negative følelser.”

Læs hele anmeldelsen her (russisk): http://ascentor.wordpress.com/2012/11/09/trine-opsahl-somewhere-in-a-hidden-memory/

 

Antony Krakhmalnik, Relaxmuz.ru er betaget af Niels Horskjærs video. Tekst oversat fra russisk:

“Niels Horskjær har lavet en video til Trine Opsahls stykke “Somewhere in a Hidden Memory” fra samme album. Dejlige og tankevækkende melodier, naturskitser og ren lyd – det er bare nogle elementer af ​​Trine Opsahls rige verden. Indre indtryk lever uafhængigt af det ydre liv. Der er lys og smil på musikerens ansigt – det betyder, at Gud hjælper Trine under hendes spil.”

 

Alejandro Clavio, Reviews Newage skriver bl.a.:

“Den keltiske harpe i al sin herlighed, sådan demonstrerer den norske komponist og harpenist Trine Opsahl sit instrument. Et album med femten blide og fine solostykker, en perfekt kombination, der letter vore tanker og visualiserer grønne landskaber, hvor freden er den sande hovedperson.”

Alejandro Clavio, Reviews Newage, http://www.reviewsnewage.com/trineopsahl.html

 

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