Yorick - Flight

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In 2006, the Georgian Gothic music band Yorick put singer Thea Titvinidze aside. The jazz vocalist Tatia, known from the jazz circuit in Manhattan, New York, took her place and the band went back to the studio to record the CD Plebeian Reign. This CD contains eight songs, all of which were inspired by Russian literature. The first song is The Demon, inspired by Mikhail Lermontov, the second is Anna Karenina, the famous heroine of Lev Tolstoy.

All other songs are inspired by The Master and Margarita and especially, except for Enter the Hero, by the second part of the novel.

The song Flight is inspired by the flight on the broom of Margarita over the streets of Moscow.