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Sander/Lapaev, As Far as the East is from the West now available

I said I’d post an update when this happened, and I’m probably a little late on doing so, but nonetheless, As Far as the East is from the West, featuring the choral music of Kurt Sander and Gennadiy Lapaev, is now available for purchase from several outlets, both as a CD and as a download. Buy early, buy often — it’s good stuff.

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3 Responses to “Sander/Lapaev, <i>As Far as the East is from the West</i> now available”


  1. 1 Ole 13 October 2011 at 10:51 am

    I think those “coming soon” locations really need to come ASAP. No one is going to go to the Holy Cross Monastery website or CDBaby.

    Btw, the samples on the website seem a bit underwhelming to me. I hope that is the case.

  2. 3 Ole 14 October 2011 at 11:13 am

    Yes, I meant “ISN’T”.

    Underwhelming in that from listening to the clips, it doesn’t sound as musically interesting as I was expecting. I couldn’t pick out definitive, interesting melodies/tones from the samples. Again, I hope a comprehensive listen will change that impression.


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