E.S. Posthumus: Cartographer

E.S. Posthumus released their new album called Cartographer, which contains 28 tracks of classical music. There is a collection version including a second CD with vocal and remix versions. You can buy it on CD Baby!

Here is a note from the creators:

“In 1929, the ancient map “Piri Reis” was discovered in Constantinople. The map is extraordinary because it depicts bays and islands on the Antarctic coast which have been concealed under ice for at least 6,000 years. What civilization was capable of such exploration that long ago ?

“On Cartographer, we imagine that these explorers were from the tiny island of Numa in the Southern Indian Ocean. As advanced seafarers, they navigated every corner of the Earth. We have created a language unique to them and tell stories through song that describe their creation, discoveries and ultimate demise.”

Cartographer is available to the public for purchase through iTunes, Amazon and CDBaby. For licensing information, contact E.S. Posthumus.

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January 22, 2008
Gergely Vilaghy