See the name Lisa Gerrard, and you automatically form expectations about the music to follow. As you contemplate the album to follow, words such as cinematic, otherworldly, epic, majestic, and sensual all tumble into your thoughts. See the name Marcello De Francisci and all manner of gorgeous film scores spring to mind. To find the two of them collaborating on an album feels like a moment when stars align…

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