Breifne Holohan | Eastern Passages

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Eastern Passages

by Breifne Holohan

Works for electric guitar and electronics create unique landscape-like textures in an ambient and meditative soundworld.
Genre: Classical: Minimalism
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1. Eastern Passages
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3. Study for Sirens
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Eastern Passages is a new release by Breifne Holohan. A mini album, it features four original works; two for electric guitars and two electroacoustic compositions.

"...a quality, seemingly effortless exercise in control and release"
Irish Times

"...the impression of calm it inspires sustains for longer than its running time"

"Holohan exhibits a keen awareness of space and the power of quiet moments on each meticulous composition... Breifne Holohan is a gifted musician making a tremendous sound"
New Irish Music - Blog

Breifne Holohan (b.1987)

An Irish musician/composer based in Co. Louth, Holohan's music crosses a vast range of genres, from modern classical, acoustic guitar and minimalist music, to traditional Irish, ambient and electroacoustic styles. A regular performer of his own work, he has also had his music performed by various ensembles and soloists such as the Contempo Quartet, John O' Shea and Mary McCague.


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