The Book of Hours & Changes, by Sorana Santos

Written by Lazy Gramophone on Monday the 15th of June 2015

The Book of Hours & Changes, by Sorana Santos

"A young woman attempts to demystify contemporary music to her lover through the art of poetry and letter-writing. Her words question the interplay between fate and free will.
 This book partners Sorana's album 'Our Lady of Stars' to form a multimedia work that explores the relationship between the written and sonic aspects of both literature and music."

BOOK & ALBUM LAUNCH EVENT: Monday 15th June, London.
Full details listed here:

ALBUM AVAILABLE to pre-order from here:

BOOK AVAILABLE on general sale soon after the launch event via the Lazy Gramophone website:

SORANA SANTOS is an incredibly talented composer, multi-instrumentalist and writer. Lazy Gramophone have long been admirers of her work and we're not the only ones:

 "Wonderful and original writing, gave me goosebumps." Niraj Chag

 "So evocative, moving, complex and haunting; sheer beauty." Olivia Fuchs, ENO

"Took my breath away. " Tom Robinson, BBC Introducing

"Her music shows the flair and imagination inherent in her personality. A very versatile composer." Diana Burrell

"One of the best pieces I have seen in my time at The Guildhall." Julian Philips

"Peerless" Tracy Keeling, The Rose Theatre

"Sometimes a piece of music stops you in your tracks... I am well and truly stopped." Andy Boyd, Babyshambles / Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Her writing is littered with love, faith, and empowerment." Sabotage

"Sorana has stunning vocal ability, singing with clarity and power whilst playing intricate guitar work... her talent is undeniable." Music Earth Rise

"...teams with a quiet eroticism and a deep sense of musicality." Richard Scott, Resonance FM
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