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Hanna Kim's new single beautifully combines jazz and classical influences
(Published: December 06, 2022)

The music on Hanna Kim's "Alone But Together" single captures the bittersweet message in its title. The song has no words; therefore, it's completely open to interpretation.

However, the instrumental conveys sufficient emotions. In fact, it's quite moving.

The song seems to convey mixed emotions. After all, "Alone But Together" can be seen as the opposite of each other. Interestingly, you can look at it in two different ways. Specifically, there are couples who are physically alone but together in their hearts. Those in long-distance relationships - more frequent now than ever - can relate to this.
On the contrary, there are people who are physically together but feel emotionally alone. In a sense, is the glass half-empty or half-full?

Perspective is endlessly fascinating, isn't it? Kim seems to show both sides of the coin on this track. Whether that's intentional or not is unknown. Certainly, many listeners can get the same reaction.

The opening reflective piano captures the "alone" part. It sounds a bit melancholic; there's a sense of loss felt there. But then Kim's flute enters the picture. The springlike beauty of Kim's flute echoes the sense of being "together." Without a doubt, Kim's playing is gorgeous. Her flute gently caresses the ears.

When the piano weaves through the flute, picking up tempo, they create a dynamic effect. The mix of jazz and classical influences plumb the depths of emotion. This is a quietly powerful track.

More Information: https://www.hannakimflutist.com/bio

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