Demon Alexander Feht"s music shies away from racking experiments with atonality, frowns upon the fashionable premeditated murder of anything remotely "tuny", and returns us to the grass roots of classical tradition. Composer believes that real music cannot survive without a harmony based on the laws of natural acoustic perception, as real poetry cannot exist without an understandable language. However, a trained ear will immediately notice some influences of the contemporary tonal music, new harmonies, new modulations. Feht does what every notable composer did in his time: uses traditional material as a sound foundation for enduring creativity. Feht"s music has its own unmistakable and beautiful classical feel. Alexander Feht has written more than 100 art songs, an opera, violin and piano sonatas, several string quartets, and a chamber symphony. His future CDs will contain full song cycles. The next one, "Arion", will consist of the 21 songs on the famous Alexander Pushkin"s poems. His current disc, "Demon", is something of a sampler of songs taken from the various cycles; this collection is a good introduction to Feht"s music.