Darian Stavans | Depths / Profound Moments of Darian Stavans´ Music

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Depths / Profound Moments of Darian Stavans´ Music

by Darian Stavans

"God is in your soul, if you understand His manner..."
Genre: Classical: Minimalism
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1. Poems from Oblivion (from CD Images of Love)
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13:05 $1.10
2. Of Love (from CD Poetica)
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6:35 $1.10
3. Silence (from CD Poetica)
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7:08 $1.10
4. Romance (from CD The Place of Dreams)
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6:43 $1.10
5. Threshold (from CD Els Segons Temps)
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5:55 $1.10
6. Power & Glory (from CD Els Segons Temps)
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7:00 $1.10
7. Lullaby (from CD Lullabies)
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3:37 $1.10
8. Song from the Soul (from CD Lullabies)
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3:35 $1.10
9. Solitude (from CD Prayer)
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7:14 $1.10
10. Noir & Blanc Part III (from CD Noir et Blanc)
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5:54 $1.10
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Album Notes
Depths - Profound Moments of Darian Stavans' Music.

Darian Stavans - Piano. Jaime Narvaez - Guitar.
Rossana Frank - Harp.
St. Angelis Symphony Orchestra.


"God is in your soul, if you understand His manner..."



Depths / Profundidades collects the most profound moments in Darian Stavans’ musical work. This album is also a sampler, but the intention is different as it tells listeners about the author’s musical moments that place him in another sphere. It is an x-ray of his soul, and therefore, of our own.

In this instrumental album you will find works for solo instruments such as the piano, harp or guitar, as well as for small ensembles and large orchestras. It represents a great opportunity to get to know the artist and at the same time delight your taste for good music.



Evocative is a word that has been used to describe, or better said, react to the music of Darian Stavans. Evocative? One would imagine that such a music would bring to the mind and heart shared memories, but one does not necessarily share memories with an artist; one shares feelings, reflections, dreams. These are the things one finds in the music of Darian Stavans— a passage of sorts to that special place we all have deep in our souls.

The apparent simplicity of works such as Interiors, Passion, and Poetic is powerfully touching and intensely beautiful. Captivating melodies hold our attention as their notes drop ever deeper into the soul of the listener, retrieving echoes of the human experience we all share. Our lives may be different, but our feelings are not. Stavans’ music glides us soothingly into currents of profoundly romantic reverie, pools of sunlit serenity, and occasionally into the depths of fleeting melancholy.

Stavans, the composer, imbues his music with texture: a guitar lends its sometimes earthy, sometimes airy quality to Els Segons Temps; whereas a lighter, more translucent harp is used to render Lullabies. In making his music come alive, Stavans has also become a producer (he produced all the works featured here) and a conductor. He conducted and recorded the St. Angelis Symphony Orchestra for his works Noir et Blanc and Prayer.

Nonetheless, Darian Stavans is first and foremost a gifted composer and pianist. His music speaks his soul and in so doing, speaks to our own. Perhaps listening to his works we might become acquainted with the artist, but it would be more accurate to say, we become reacquainted with ourselves.



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