If I am not mistaken, before 1994 Sergiy Hrymalsky was a participant of the famous group Tabula Rasa – exactly at the beginning of the 1990th first popularity came to the group. But Sergiy decided to start his solo music career – and has managed to do quite a bit during this time. To his credit, he has a few interesting instrumental albums, as well as participation as an invited musician and composer in a number of successful pop-projects. But, strangely enough, exactly the album "Two" is actually not mentioned in Hrymalsky's discography. Why – I do not know. But I think that this is just unfair – taking into account how beautiful, elegant this album appears. Nothing apart from the fortepiano – but it is the case when you don't need anything more. Nothing superfluous, nothing too difficult, hasty, empty. Black, white – and soft shades in pauses, the ability to put a full stop, to hint, to step back in shade leaving in light – the music... It seems to me that he could give no names to his plays – just because this music is lighter than words, more precise. Deeper – and thus simpler than them, truer. In the end, the whole album is perceived not quite as a collection of separate plays. Yes, they are different, and there are distances among them – though not sharp, but smooth. This is as though parts for something integral – something that does not need definitions.
Anton Jozhik Leyba (Hedgehog)