The boundaries between »high« and »low« culture have indeed dissolved, and the so called »high« classical music uses parts of the so called »low« electronic music. And the other way round. It’s just the same with the analogue that accompanies the digital. In the past months, music was created out of this symbiosis, which manifests a transition to the transcendental. This music is often about time and about space that consists in time. This precisely is Emanuele Errante’s main topic. Time for the Italian is about the reciprocal relationship of past and present. With this attitude he differs himself from some of his american Ambient-colleagues, such as Ethan Rose or The Green Kingdom, who see »time« as something mythical, something rotating around faith, love and hope. With Errante’s interpretation, the sounds on Time Elapsing Handheld start to float and break the light in the dust, in the dew, trough a keyhole as momentary beauty, a whiff of memory. Making music in this sense means arriving on a morning over and over again.