I stumbled upon this track today. Originally setting out to find Philip Corner's brilliant 1963 piece "Big Trombone," I was shocked by the dearth of audio samples available on the internet of the brilliant composer and musician's work. I was in for a far greater and far more pleasant shock -- this is, without a doubt, one of the most stunning explorations of sonic texture I've ever heard. Corner here collaborates with Manuel Zurria, an outstanding Italian composer who, like Corner, produces incredibly thoughtful, textured electroacoustic music. Released on 2011's Joy Flashings by fantastic Italian electronic label Die Schachtel, "Feelings (A Music)" is a delicate improvisation in which acoustic instruments are seamlessly blended together with electronics and an iPhone. The piece is incredibly bright yet also cathartic, and, wave-like, gently washes over you. In the liner notes, Zurria writes, "Philip gave me the key to enter a secret and wonderful room, full of fabulous things and made me discover a part of me I did not know." Listening to "Feelings (A Music)," you also feel as though you are entering a secret and wonderful room.