There have been comfortingly few changes in Tenhi since their last album “Väre”; this Finnish band is still performing its unique brand of nature music, music that is above all atmospheric and touching.
But there’s a lot more to it: for years now, the musicians have been stressing the meaning of the aesthetics beyond their compositions, as Tenhi is meant to be a reflection of their sensitive perception of
nature, not only in sound, but also in lyrics and pictures.
Musically, vocals, piano, and violin are clearly mixed to the fore, giving “Maaäet” a more immediate expression. This
picturesque character is mirrored in symbolic images that have been
specifically created for the twelve new tracks, adding a fairy-tale quality
to the whole work of art.
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