Gramophone Magazine reviews THE TRANSCENDENTALIST

Gramophone Magazine

“Ilić makes his case with unfaltering poise; and if you feel that his offerings of works by John Cage, Scott Wollschleger and Morton Feldman hardly reach a sense of the transcendental in the same sense as, say, Fauré’s late song-cycle L’horizon chimérique (literally ‘the mystical, transcendental beyond’), his theory, one that remembers the endless repetitions of Satie’s Vexations, finally leads to silence, the negation of sound itself. Ilić is well recorded and will prompt even the most enterprising musicians to think again.”

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