A Commending Paean for the Forgotten Henrietta Swan Leavitt by Dore Mear Beon

2017-08-16 06:16:57 UTC

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Dore Mear Beon is a solo recording project by Andrew Sagriff. The project mixes math rock, progressive rock and post rock elements to envelope an intricate yet emotive sound.

"A Commending Paean for the Forgotten Henrietta Swan Leavitt" is a full length album by Dore Mear Beon.  It is  emotive progressive instrumental rock album, layered with an album narrative that explores cosmological and human themes, mixing the personal with the universal which reflects the music's balance of intricate song structures with affective harmonies.

Track List


  • Relations- : Pulsation - 01:46 
  • Relations- : Luminosity - 05:48 
  • Thu Gine - 04:24 
  • Harvard Computers - 04:45 
  • Cygnus - 05:16 
  • Delta Cephei - 05:18 
  • Red Shift - 04:55 
  • Island Universe - 06:08 
  • Magellanic Clouds - 05:22 
  • Mo Iosal - 07:24


Genre : progressive, rock, instrumental, math, post-rock

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