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  • Bjork's new album "Vespertine" takes its name from the botanical term for night-blooming flowers.

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  • On "Vespertine," she combines delicate choral arrangements, harp, music box and strings with computer-generated static and metallic clinks and clanks.

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  • While many world-weary artists have stopped hoping for that day and now sing of the fallout, Bjork happily searches for that perfect bloom. Bjork'Vespertine '

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  • (Soundbite of music) HERMES: Well, it's fascinating and moving music - on both "Vespertine" and "Medulla" - but I miss that ecstatic, noisy, bacchanalian Bjork of earlier stuff.

    Spirit of Invention Defines Björk's 'Volta'

  • "Vespertine," though handsome in its floating lifts and tangled scrums, isn't particularly remarkable.

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  • "Vespertine," a work for three interwoven couples, used weighted breath, pockets of stillness and languid adagio to lead audiences into the chinks in the music's armor.

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  • While it may fall short of her 2001 album, "Vespertine," her best thus far, it is in line with more recent recordings like "Medúlla," her 2004 voices-only disc, and "Volta," her 2007 release that married electronica and brass.

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  • Although Vince has recorded other collaborative sessions since then that are superb, such as his work with Bjork (Selma Songs & Vespertine), Joni Mitchell (Both Sides Now & Travelogue), Elvis Costello (My Flame Burns Blue) and others, I have been waiting for a follow up album of his own compositions that could complement his beloved Epiphany.

    Joseph Vella: Interview: Vince Mendoza (Jazz Composer Extraordinaire)

  • Starting with 2001's "Vespertine," each of her studio albums has involved more and more participants, be they hip-hop producers, harpists, or an Icelandic choir.

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  • The newly launched line Vespertine has created unisex scarves woven with reflective tweed.

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