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The Arts Desk

David Nice: “The strongest Icelandic voice in the festival, again from my perspective of two and a bit days there, was that of Gunnar Andreas Kristinsson. The obsessive rising and falling scales, the abrupt cut-offs of each movement, of Regradation

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The Arts Desk

David Nice: “The strongest Icelandic voice in the festival, again from my perspective of two and a bit days there, was that of Gunnar Andreas Kristinsson. The obsessive rising and falling scales, the abrupt cut-offs of each movement, of Regradation

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The Times

Hilary Finch, The Times (UK): “The most impressive was Gangverk englanna (Angelic Mechanisms), by the 36-year-old Gunnar Andreas Kristinsson: a slow rise from darkness to light, as a two-note motif oscillates into a dark dance with pounding momentum, and through

harpa blásarasveitin

The Times

Hilary Finch, The Times (UK): “The most impressive was Gangverk englanna (Angelic Mechanisms), by the 36-year-old Gunnar Andreas Kristinsson: a slow rise from darkness to light, as a two-note motif oscillates into a dark dance with pounding momentum, and through