Seven Timeless Compositions


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A sight to the stars
onto the endless ocean
a wide country
into the blue of the sky

All this seems timeless
and yet everything has its time
everything seems to have time
seems to have a past, presence and future

Maybe nothing matters so much
as the experienced moment, the now
from ages to ages

A harmonic labyrinth
The return of the soul
into the mystery
behind our dual reality
As ever always

Having no time seems to be the lot of our time. Detached from it Mikuskovics Baum present with their new program full of improvisations and instrumental pieces the real life in all its diversity. Timeless, exciting and beautiful. Take your time to immerse yourself in the harmonic labyrinth of these compositions and take a look, together with the two exceptional artists, through the kaleidoscope of the sounds of Mikuskovics Baum!


"Luminous and fascinating on a lot of different levels, “Timeless” is a brilliant convergence of improvisation, unusual, thoughtful instrumentation, sensitivity, mindfulness, and magical soundscapes..." -> Read the complete review by Dyan Garris (New Age CDs)

"Enthusiastically recommended, Timeless has quickly become a personal favorite which beckons repeated listens!" -> Read the complete article by Candice Michelle (Journeyscapes & Aural Awakenings)

"Timeless is beauty, serenity, earthy tones, colors, the sounds and sights of many different peoples of the world coming together, it is like tapping into a global spiritual vein of gold..." -> Read the complete review by Keith Hannaleck (New Age Music Reviews)

"Timeless by Mikuskovics Baum filled me with a sense of happiness, I realised that with albums of this supreme quality, means the new age music industry is indeed in safe hands. The multi instrumental performances, the smoothness of style and production created for me an extremely enjoyable musical experience, one I know you will have as well, this is new age music at its very best."-> Read the complete review by Steve Sheppard (One World Music)