Episode 196: When I Lived By The Garden And The Sea

“Maybe, in some distant place, everything is already, quietly, lost. Or at least there exists a silent place where everything can disappear, melting together in a single, overlapping figure. And as we live our lives we discover – drawing toward us the thin threads attached to each – what has been lost. I closed my eyes and tried to bring to mind as many beautiful lost things as I could. Drawing them closer, holding on to them. Knowing all the while that their lives are fleeting.” – Haruki Murakami, Sputnik Sweetheart

Today’s episode is about the fragments of our fractured memories.

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  • Max Richter – Time Passing
  • Sarah Neufeld – Forcelessness
  • Max Richter – Fragment
  • Dustin O’Halloran – Quintette N.1
  • Max Richter – Jan’s Notebook
  • Rachel’s – First Self-Portrait Series
  • Antonymes – Endlessly
  • Max Richter – Horizon Variations
  • Nils Frahm – Familiar
  • Max Richter – Lonosphere
  • Max Richter – Sunlight
  • Mico Nonet – Uyku
  • Luke Howard – Schlusshymne
  • Max Richter – Verses
  • Peter Gregson – Vocal
  • Dakota Suite & Emanuele Errante – The North Green Down VII
  • Max Richter – Infra 6
  • Max Richter – Infra 7
  • Fabrizio Paterlini – Week #9
  • Max Richter – Old Song
  • Max Richter – November