Originally published by: Pizzicato

Picking some scenes from H.P. Lovecraft’s book ‘The Music of Erich Zann’, American composer Michael J. Evans has transformed the creepy story into one suspenseful, mysterious and sometimes dramatically accentuated music. The Sirius Quartet gives an exciting account of this truly interesting piece.

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