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Two people from different cities met in the summer of 2010 – Svetlana Sukhanova, a Krasnoyarsk pianist, and a jew's harp player from Irkutsk – Vladimir Markov. The jew's harp and the piano are very different-sounding instruments, but in the difference is hidden not only a certain difficulty for the performers, but also an amazing, unusual beauty, which was what prompted the musicians to come together as “1046” and to embark upon a course of creative experimentation. The name of the group, “1046,” is the distance between their two cities (in kilometers). Eventually they added other instruments to the original two – ethnic flutes, the Kalima, synthesizers. The distance does not hinder the duo and when they meet, the musicians create a multicultural space, viewing various musical environments, strata and traditions through their own worldview – which is what has found its expression in this, their first album.
Dou 1046: Svetlana Sukhanova - Piano, Keyboard, Singing Bowl, Wave Drum Synth, Shaker, Kalimba
Vladimir Markov - Vargan (Jew's Harp), Native American Flute, Wave Drum Synth
Additional Musicians: Anastasiya Ilina - Vocals on Track 10
Natalia Albitskaya - Vocals and Shaker on Track 10
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