NY composer Gary Dibenedetto presents in this CD a series of themes of Contemporary and Electroacoustic Music inspired by specific questions that disquiet the artist and which have been the object of social attention and debate.
The most tragic theme, which gives its title to the album, refers to the terrorist attempt on September 11, 2001 against the Twin Towers in New York.
Another of the themes is a criticism against insolidary attempts of governments and great lobbies and multinationals to maintain their abusive control on natural resources against the interests of underdeveloped populations.
A composition in three parts, it is inspired by the theology of liberation, the subsequent political repression including the deaths of peasants in massacres and the consequences of tragedy.
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