Here And Now
Part 2 of the trilogy. The exploration which started with „The Ones Before Us“ continues.
Panta rhei (πάντα ῥεῖ in ancient Greek, „everything flows“) is an aphorism which is traced back to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus, implied by Plato (in the dialogue Cratylus), but first used word-for-word by the Neoplatonist Simplikios in Late Antiquity to characterize Heraclitean doctrine. Its Latin translation can be found in the 15th Book of Metamorphoses in the „Speech of Pythagoras“, in which Ovid outlines the natural-philosophical foundation of his Metamorphoses. Plato connects these thoughts: „Everything changes and nothing stands still.“
„You cannot rehearse the unexpected“
Michael Erian saxophone, flutes
Daniel Nösig trumpet, valve trombone
Milan Nikolic double bass
Howard Curtis drums