Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #45: Rishin Singh

Rishin Singh’s mewl infans is an album that has stuck in my mind since the first time I heard it. Singh captures the spirit of the Liszt organ in Denstedt, Germany, elevating its haunting tones into a warm, elegiac procession. It’s one of my favorite albums of 2022. Pick up a copy from Beacon Sound while listening to this beautiful mix.


Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, “Meri Ankhon Ko Bakhshe Hain Aansoo”; from Shahen Shah

Eva-Maria Houben, “sogni confusi” from Sonatina No.2; (performed by Carson Cooman) via organ sonatinas and drones

Miya Masaoka “The Movement of Things”; performed by the BBC Scottish Symphony and Choir (via Soundcloud)

Alvin Singleton, “Secret Desire to Be Black (String Quartet No.2); performed by the Momenta Quartet via Alvin Singleton: Four String Quartets

Germaine Sijstermans, “A Song” (excerpt); from Betula

Kaija Saariaho, “Changing Light”; performed by Duo della Luna, via Mangetsu

Nadah El Shazly, “Palmyra”; from Ahwar

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