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"Dad In Prague (A Sudden Perspective In The Evening Time)" is a calm and melancholic solo piano piece. I wrote it for my dad, who passed away almost twenty years ago. My grandfather once told me that they went to Prague together in the late 70s and that at some point of their journey they were standing on the Charles Bridge watching the river beneath them. Decades later when I visited Prague for the first time in 2017 I went to the same bridge, touched the stones and watched the river, too. All of a sudden I felt a powerful and timeless connection between their past selves and myself. I couldn't be there with them back in their day but I could still somehow feel their presence and the piano captures the mood of this moment.
Tim Linghaus was born in the GDR in the early 1980s and made his first experiences with making music when he discovered an RX 11 and guitars in his father's office as a young boy. In 2016 he released an EP called "Vhoir" via Moderna Records followed by his debut full length album "Memory Sketches" via Schole Records/1631 Recordings in 2018. Between 2016 and 2019 he contributed to some Modern Classical compilations and rework projects for other artists and labels like UK pianist Simeon Walker ("Letters"), Moderna Records ("Funeral For Dad"), Schole Records ("Wish I Were With You"), Bigo & Twigetti/Moderna Records ("At The End All Is Black"), 1631 Recordings ("Dark Bird, You Don't Have To Speak") and Thesis Recurring. On January 18th 2019 he released "About B. (Memory Sketches B-Sides Recordings)" via Sound In Silence. His second album "We Were Young When You Left Home" was the first in a series of albums about divorce from a child's perspective and was released via Schole Records in November 2019. During Corona lockdown he wrote "Geisterwelt EP", which was released on the 10th of July 2020. His third studio album "Venus Years" is the continuation of the album series and will be released on the 11th of December 2020 via Schole Records.
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