In 2017, Laura Lotti released “Harpando,” an album that can be described as a constantly flowing landscape composed with harp sounds. The diverse colors of the sound palette meander through the tracks, creating an ever-evolving musical journey where nothing remains stagnant, and nothing reaches its final destination.
Excitingly, Laura Lotti’s music from the album “Harpando” was featured in the American film “Wonderstruck” by director Todd Haynes. This breakthrough opportunity has brought her music to the silver screen, expanding her reach to a wider audience.
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About the album:
Harpando is a landscape composed with harp sounds. The diverse colours of this sound palette are continuously in a flow: nothing stays and nothing reaches its final destination. For her compositions, Laura drew inspiration from the ancient idea of Panta Rhei; everything flows. We can describe the gentle movement of the harp sounds with the musical term “Andante”, literally translated “going”. The name Harpando emerges from the encounter of harp sounds in a movement of “andando”.