THE LYRE OF HERMES - Ancient Greek-Themed Album

"According to Greek myth, it was Hermes who invented the tortoise shell lyre and that is the premise from which Michael Levy begins his latest collection of lyre pieces. The lyre of Hermes certainly has a richer quality of sound, helping to distinguish it from the more commonly heard sound of the harp. Stand out tracks include "Lampades (Nymphs of Hades)" which demonstrates Michael's growing virtuosity along with other techniques he is developing with this new lyre. So if you want to deepen the mood whilst reading the classics, this is the perfect thing to listen to."
Le Temps Revient - Amazon (UK) Review of "The Lyre of Hermes"

This album is the sequel to my album, "The Lyre of Apollo - The Chelys Lyre of Ancient Greece". Both of these albums are part of an exciting collaboration between myself and Lutherios Ancient & Modern Music Instruments for their inspirational "Lyre 2.0 Project" - dedicated to reintroducing the beautiful lyre of antiquity back into our much aesthetically poorer, bland modern world. Their vision is one I share and which continues to inspire me - maybe, someday soon, the beautiful lyre of antiquity will once again resonate the 21st century and beyond, with its haunting, ancient beauty...

Download the Free PDF of Detailed Album Notes!


iTunes -- Amazon -- Spotify -- Bandcamp -- CD Baby -- Google Play -- YouTube -- Facebook -- Twitter -- Instagram -- Google+ -- SoundCloud --



And as a gift to you by, use the coupon MICHAELLEVY01 to get an extra discount of 25 euros!


Join the email list!