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Fatma Said / Omc / Vision String Quartet / Crebassa - Kaleidoscope
Gabriel Olafs - Solon Islandus
Gabriel Olafs
Solon Islandus
LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Decca)
23,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
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Joyce Didonato / Il Pomo D'oro / Maxim Emelyanychev - Eden
Alison Balsom / Britten Sinfonia / Stroman, Scott - Quiet City
Eduardo De La Calle Aka Flexol, Acoustic Trauma & Dexual - Lobotomies And Other Psychosocial
Eduardo De La Calle Aka Flexol, Acoustic Trauma & Dexual
Lobotomies And Other Psychosocial
12" | 2022 | UK | Original (Konsysttenzia)
12,99 €*
Release:2022 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Classical Music
Eduardo De La Calle and crew return with 4 tracks of deep off kilter electro and idm Big tip if you're into Bitstream, Gosub and Silicon
Frankie - Styx
Tape | 2022 | UK | Original (Shadow World)
12,99 €*
Release:2022 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Classical Music
Styx is the debut solo release from Frankie. There is beauty in the drone; love, loss, hope and desolation hidden in the overtones. There is intimacy and there is open space. The drone can explore tender closeness and it can experience painful, longing distance. Styx is bookended by hypnotic samples of racing cars tearing around a track, all meticulous planning and scientific, mechanical control, fighting for supremacy against reckless human abandon and the chase of pure adrenalin. These sounds fade into meditative, harmonic-drenched strings which in turn, on opener Sappho, give way to Frankie’s staggeringly beautiful, soft vocals. Across the next five tracks, including a cover of Frankie Sparo’s 2003 track ‘This Lie,’ Frankie pulls us through her soul laid bare. She wields the harmonies and melodies on her cello as part of the narrative, a resonant and patinated counterpart for her gentle, pure voice tones. Frankie performs with restraint and absolute finesse throughout, allowing her vocals to bear the brunt of the substantial emotional weight. Frankie seems to discover life, or the purest optimism, hiding in the harmonics that live between the loops and notes. After almost thirty minutes of deep, raw intimacy, Frankie finds all the tear-jerking hope, space and breath as if looking out at an iridescent pink and blue sunrise, washing away the rest of the mini-album’s desperate soul-seeking sleepless night. And here are those cars again, around the track they go, haunting us like phantom harmonics. Frankie is on tour with Senyawa across the UK in April About Frankie Frankie (Franziska Aigner) works at the intersection of music, philosophy and performance. She studied at P.A.R.T.S., the school of choreography and dance in Brussels directed by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, and has performed her own work at theatres and festivals across Europe. Frankie worked with the artist Anne Imhof on the performances Deal (2015), Rage (2015), and Angst (2017), as well as Faust (2017), which was awarded the Golden Lion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. She performed and co-wrote the music to Faust, which was released as a LP on PAN in 2019. In 2019 she joined Holly Herndon’s vocal ensemble, performing the album 'proto' around the world. Frankie continues to work and perform with Anne Imhof, and with artists such as the choreographer William Forsythe and the filmmaker Austin Jack Lynch. In 2020 she completed her PhD at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (crmep), London on the topic of Kant and Technics. She is currently an instructor in philosophy at the New Centre for Research and Practice.
Chris Korda - Passion For Numbers
Chris Korda
Passion For Numbers
LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Mental Groove)
22,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
Chris Korda is an internationally renowned multimedia artist, whose work spans thirty years and includes electronic music, digital and video art, performance and conceptual art, and culture jamming. Chris pioneered the use of complex polymeter in electronic dance music, and invented a unique Midi sequencer in order to explore polymeter composition techniques. Chris composes and performs music in a variety of genres, and has released many albums on labels such as Perlon, Mental Groove, and Gigolo Records. Chris also worked as a computer programmer for thirty-five years.

Her new album "Passion For Numbers" is one of the very few album in the world entirely composed in complex polymeter, meaning that each pieces of music uses several prime meters simultaneously. A unique way to compose music with a new generation of musical algorithmic, inside which Korda injects the DNA of neo classical, ambient and jazz music.

This refreshing album will please you whether you are into complex musical composition, experimental music or just seeking for a beautiful, emotional and accessible musical moment. This is a "In your hearts not the charts" album, as Irdial Discs once said.

Pleases read an extract of Chris Korda's letter about Passion For Numbers, included as insert in its entirety in this vinyl release:

This is an album of piano music, but I wrote it without a piano. Not having a piano turned out to be constructive, because I had to rely on my brain instead of my fingers, and particularly on my imagination and inner hearing. The album belongs to a category called phase music, and it’s also algorithmic, or more precisely rules-based generative music.

I don’t write music in the usual sense of the word “write.” I build kinetic sculptures, and the sculptures generate my music. My sculptures are virtual, meaning they’re invisible machines that exist only as data within my home-grown software. My process is related to the work of a relatively obscure early 20th century artist named Thomas Wilfred. Like me, Wilfred was an engineer-artist, and built machines that generated art from phase shift.

My music is in complex polymeter, meaning it’s not just in odd time, but in multiple odd time signatures, and not one odd time signature after another sequentially, but all of them running concurrently. Most music isn’t constructed this way, which is why I needed to develop custom software in order to compose my music. My software is called The Polymeter Midi Sequencer, and you can easily find it on the Internet. I also use music set theory, change-ringing and gray code, explanations of which can be found in Wikipedia.
David Fray / Dkp - Klavierkonzerte Bwv 1052, 1055, 1056 & 1058
Johannes Brahms - Masterpieces Of Brahms
Maria João Pires / André Previn - Chopin: Klavierkonzerte Nr.1 & Nr.2
Lisa Batiashvili / Katie Melua / Till Brönner - City Lights - Special Edition
Ólafur Arnalds - Some Kind Of Peace Deluxe Edition
Yannick Nezet-Seguin - Introspection: Solo Piano Sessions
Ólafur Arnalds , Ry X - Oceans
Marcel Dupre / Dso / Paul Paray - Saint-Saens-Orgel-Sinfonie 3
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra / Antal Dorati - Bloch Sinfonia Breve / Peterson Free Variations
Thylacine - Timeless
Teodor Currentzis / Musicaeterna - Sinfonie 6
Teodor Currentzis / Musicaeterna - Sinfonie 6
Rick Wakeman - Piano Odyssey
Marianne Faithfull / Rso Wien - The Seven Deadly Sins
Igor Levit - On Dsch-Part 2
Hans Zimmer / Rso Wien / Lisa Gerrard - The World Of Hans Zimmer-A Symphonic Celebration
Benjamin Wallfisch - OST Hellboy
Nicolas Van Poucke - In The Moment
Nicolas Van Poucke
In The Moment
LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Night Dreamer)
24,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
"The stakes are high; if I mess up the last bar, the whole recording is ruined." As Dutch pianist Nicolas van Poucke acknowledges, there is an electricity in the room whenever the lathe is on. Direct-to-disc recording generates tension and release unlike other methods, not least in the final moments of a 20-minute solo piano recital. Described as "the young freethinker" of his generation, van Poucke relished the challenge. Having spent day one setting up to record works by Frédéric Chopin, van Poucke changed tack on day two to perform two Beethoven piano sonatas - Sonata No. 12 Opus 26 in A flat major, and Sonata No. 23 Opus 57 in f minor, also known as the "Appassionata".
Igor Stravinsky - Le Sacre Du Printemps
Igor Stravinsky - Firebird
Franz Schubert / Amadeus Quartet - Streichquartett 12 & 14
Puccini - Tosca
Norbert Rodenkirchen - Opalescence
Jonah Sirota - Strong Sad
LTO - Daear
V.A. - Witches' Brew
Shida Shahabi - Homes
Emilie Levienaise-Farouch - Epoques
G. Holst. - Planets
Glenn Gould - Beethoven Concerto 2 & Bach Concerto 1
Glenn Gould - Bach: Italian Concerto
Kathleen Ferrier - Historical Recordings 1947-1952
Edourd Cheritel - Suite 1
Johann Sebastian Bach - Complete Sonatas And Partitas For Solo Violin
Johann Sebastian Bach - Complete Brandenburg Concertos
Antje Weithaas / Camerata Bern - Violinkonzert Op.77/...
Andy Akiho - War Below
Damrau / Renaudin / Rattle / Previn / Gheorghiu / + - Lenny:The Best Of Bernstein
Jane Gregory - Do Not Go
Jane Gregory
Do Not Go
12" | 1985 | UK | Reissue (Crass)
18,99 €* 19,99 € -5%
Release:1985 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Classical Music
Jane Gregory's infamous 'Do Not Go' is a beautiful operatic drama, one seeped in a level of expression and passion rarely found across other genres. Rare too are the original pressings, with as few as 90 copies released by Crass Records in 1985 it's now one of the hardest on their back catalogue to find. One Little Independent have announced it as part of a new vinyl single reissue series. The origins of this record lay a long way from classical music. The band Crass put anarchy to use in a positive way in the post-punk era from 1978 with a mixture of brilliant records and a willingness to educate and engage with their followers through their collective-living mentality, concerts and concerns over a range of issues from animal rights to anti-nuclear campaigning. To be honest, such a summary does not do justice to the powerful effect of Crass, who offered up a sense of empowerment to themselves and their followers, and the influence then extended to the music business. As for Gregory's identity, she was (according to Rimbaud, who produced the single at Southern Studios) an "operatic and classical singer who acted as Sarah Brightman's understudy, in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Requiem". Requiem was actually a classical piece of music rather than a musical that came together in 1984 (with three soloists, Brightman, Placido Domingo and Paul Miles-Kingston and was premiered early in 1985. According to Rimbaud: "Crass wanted to do a crossover single and the idea was to make a popular, classical record, which it isn't - but it is nevertheless very beautiful." By the time Rimbaud had produced the single, Crass had split (1984) and their label - the Crass Records arm - was winding down as a viable concern. This probably accounts for the Jane Gregory single Do Not Go/ After A Dream being issued on the D Sharp imprint in late 1984 or early 1985. It would be fair to say that the record limped out rather than being released and there is web speculation that as few as 90 copies were pressed, so you were very lucky to pick one up. Like the Our Wedding single (which sells for up to a300), the Jane Gregory record is now one of the most sought-after and collectable records in the Crass and Crass Records catalogue. It is in the Rare Record Price Guide at a150 although copies have sold for up to a300 in competitive online auctions. The A-side of this single also appeared on the 1992 Crass Records compilation A Sides Part 2 1982-84.
Hélène Grimaud - Reflection
Anna Netrebko - Violetta
Mönche Der Benediktinerabtei Münsterschwarzach - Gregorianischer Choral
David Garrett - Virtuoso
Klaus Jäckle - Musik Für Gitarre
Symphonie-Orchester Berlin - Beethoven: Tripelkonzert
Martha Argerich / Charles Dutoit / Royal Philharmonica - Tschaikowsky: Klavierkonzert 1 B-Moll
Wiener Philharmoniker / Karl Böhm - Schubert: 8
V.A. - Grosse Meister-Kleine Stücke
Karl Böhm / Berliner Philharmoniker - Mozart: Die Zauberflöte
Jean-Yves Bosseur - Musiques Vertes
Jean-Yves Bosseur
Musiques Vertes
LP | 1982 | EU | Reissue (Holidays)
22,99 €*
Release:1982 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Classical Music
First ever vinyl reissue of Jean-Yves Bosseur's visionary LP “Musiques Vertes”, recorded by the legendary French ornithologist and wildlife field recordist Jean-Claude Roché, originally issued by Atelier 82. Utilising handmade instruments constructed from plants and other natural materials, played by a collective of children and untrained musicians, its radically experimental sounds build a revelatory bridge between the avant-garde and ancient forms of folk.

Jean-Yves Bosseur is a relatively obscure figure in the history of the French avant-garde. A student of Henri Pousseur and Karlheinz Stockhausen, as well as a close associate of Knud Viktor, he belonged to the legendary collective Groupe d'Etude et Réalisation Musicale Germ, widely celebrated for their realization of Terry Riley's Keyboard Study 2, issued by BYG / Actuel in 1970.

The “Musiques Vertes” project began in South East France during the late 1970s, spearheaded by Christine Armengaud, who was investigating, via elderly people in the region, a long tradition of musical instruments made with organic materials and plants. With their help, she was able to construct 240 instruments, collected in her book “Musiques Vertes”, published in 1978 by Christine Bonneton éditeur, that had long been used for bird calls, dancing, toys of young shepherds and children, and much more, but had been lost to common usage following the First World War.

In 1980 the Direction de la Musique awarded the composer Jean-Yves Bosseur a grant to start a collective practice of music using the instrument constructed / reconstructed by Armengaud. Rather than working with professional musicians, he chose to use locals and children he encountered in Aix-en-Provence between 1981 and 1982. The Musiques Vertes album is the result of hours of practice and recording by these players, in each case, within the album 11 musical excursions, utilising a series of instructions or games set up by the composer in an attempt to create collective musical exchange, as well as a dialogic exchange between this practice and active listening within a natural environment.

While the acoustic practises that underscore Musiques Vertes display a deep resonance with those embarked upon by artists like Akio Suzuki, Toshiya Tsunoda, and Jeph Jerman, the structural resemblance, held deeply within utopian avant-garde principles, falls far closer to experimental electronic works that might have emerged from experimental electronic studios like Groupe de Recherches Musicales or EMS, or subtle object oriented efforts in free improvisation. Bubbling textures and atonalities, blended with sounds from the natural environment, intermingle with staggering birdsong-alike tonalities and rattling percussive passages, producing striking moments of abstraction that retain a remarkable sense of humanity and ease. A document of pure sonic magic and stunningly organic creativity.
Havels, The (Irena & Vojtech Havlovi) - Saving One Who Was Dead / Little Crusader
Havels, The (Irena & Vojtech Havlovi)
Saving One Who Was Dead / Little Crusader
LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Sirius)
21,84 €* 22,99 € -5%
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
"Absence of the loved one is a theme running through both films, but during the creative process we never discuss with the Havels the themes, symptoms or attributes of the characters. We do not specify any meanings. Our collaboration is intuitive, based on interconnectedness. We neither explain things to each other nor analyse. From the outset we have a common goal: to quieten the viewers’ perception, to attune them to certain vibrations by visual, musical and acoustic repetitions, thus enabling them to focus on every tiny detail, every subtle aesthetic quality, so that by the end of the film they have a sense of reconciliation. In fact it is a state similar to meditation or prayer. The aim is being shown Mercy. Each time, the linking of the filmed images with Irena and Vojtech’s music has uncovered a new quality that we have named: a commentary on eternity. Characters cease to be determined by their senses, psychological motivations, or the times they live in. They find liberation in the stream of eternal time." /Václav Kadrnka

"We would like to thank all our friends, sound engineers and musicians. The main thanks go to director Václav Kadrnka, his family and all his collaborators for the precious opportunity to assist them in creating both films. We have worked on our music for the film Saving One Who Was Dead for three years. We met with Václav, discussed the screenplay while it was being born and many other things. We have gradually prepared several working versions that included compositions for piano, Indonesian gamelan, gongs, Tibetan bowls, bells and mini-bells. Yet, step by step, we made it simpler and simpler and eventually only kept violas da gamba, organ and chanting. Everything else was redundant. We made most of the recordings of the compositions for viola da gamba in a church in Prague. The composition for organ was recorded in Milan where we performed a concert shortly before the pandemic arrived in December 2019. We tried to record it in various churches in Bohemia but it was not until the church in Milan that we found the best sounding organ.

As for Little Crusader, we recorded the music for the film after it was completed. We had several versions and used the piano version for this album. Together with Václav, we searched for instruments that would work the best for this Medieval story. Eventually, we opted for harmonium with simple chanting which accompanies the character little boy Jenik. Violas da gamba intertwine, move close and then apart from each other the same way as paths of little boy Jenik and his father who is searching for him. Simple chanting and Tibetan bowl accompany scenes with little boy Jenik’s mother who awaits them at home. Trombone and saxophone are like metal swords and the knights’ armor. Violoncello and viola da gamba walk in the rhythm of horse’s hooves, in the rhythm of heartbeat of both the horse and his rider – a father searching for his lost son." / Irena and Vojtěch Havlovi
Bostridge / Pahud / Rana / Fray / Say / Anderszewski - The Best Of Bach
Damian Marhulets - Constellation Machine
Matthias Vogt - Pianissimo
Matthias Vogt
2LP | 2022 | EU | Original (INFRACom!)
31,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Classical Music
For his twelfth studio album, Pianissimo, Matthias Vogt ([re:jazz], Motorcitysoul) makes a clear political statement in symbiosis with his well-placed notes and the stylishly experimental and pronouncedly eclectic electro-jazz sound. Pianissimo does not only mean playing very softly but also playing very intensively. It is definitely not an album to skip through. Matthias Vogt combines great music with current socio-political attitudes and issues for this new album. He conducted interviews on topics like “climate change” with people from his circle of friends and acquaintances - creatives, artists, activists and musicians who tick similarly to himself and with whose voices he could give expression and form to his own thoughts. With this material, he created this hybrid piece of music and socio-political reflexion. His companions are Demian Kappenstein (ätna & Massa) on drums & guitarist Daniel Stelter (Sing mein Song, TV-Total Heavytones). Vinyl incl. the outer packaging will be produced on a completely recycled basis by INFRACom! which starts its 30 years celebration with this release.
Federico Albanese - Before And Now Seems Infinite
Nikolaus Harnoncourt / Cmw / Pregardien / Goerne - Matthäus-Passion (2001)
Ludovico Einaudi - Underwater
Joe Satriani - The Elephants Of Mars
Sophia Jani - Music As A Mirror
Sophia Jani
Music As A Mirror
LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Neue Meister)
24,79 €* 30,99 € -20%
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
Currently based in Berlin, Munich and New Haven (us) Sophia Jani is a composer of contemporary classical and electronic music. She is part of a new generation of artists who were influenced early on by the boundlessness of the 21st century. On February 25th, 2022, her debut album with chamber music works will be released on Berlin-based label Neue Meister.
V.A. - L'italia E Nel Mondo
Daniel Hope / Zürcher Kammerorchester - America
John Eliot Gardiner / Monteverdi Orchestra - Music For Queen Mary, Come Ye Sons Of Arts
Vanessa Wagner - Study Of The Invisible
Vanessa Wagner
Study Of The Invisible
2LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Infine)
27,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
France pianist Vanessa Wagner continues her exploration of the minimalist repertoire by introducing her audience to pieces, many rare or unpublished, by acclaimed composers, young pianists, and genre-bending personalities from the ambient and electronic scenes. In France or even Europe, Vanessa Wagner is practically the only “classical” pianist to tackle this contemporary and timeless repertoire. Study Of The Invisible features interpretations of pieces by a spectrum of composers that includes Suzanne Ciani, Harold Budd, David Lang, Bryce Dessner and Phillip Glass. Info: France pianist Vanessa Wagner continues her exploration of the minimalist repertoire by introducing her audience to pieces, many rare or unpublished, by acclaimed composers, young pianists, and genre-bending personalities from the ambient and electronic scenes. In France or even Europe, Vanessa Wagner is practically the only “classical” pianist to tackle this contemporary and timeless repertoire. Study of The Invisible features interpretations of pieces by a spectrum of composers that includes Suzanne Ciani, Harold Budd, David Lang, Bryce Dessner and Phillip Glass.
Disassembler - A Wave From A Shore Bleeding Glacier Colored Vinyl Edition
A Wave From A Shore Bleeding Glacier Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2022 | US | Original (Western Vinyl)
23,99 €*
Release:2022 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Classical Music
Via tape loops and synth motifs sent from LA to NY, sound artist Christopher Royal King has teamed with violinist and composer Christopher Tignor toward richly timbral, emotionally gripping works of spontaneity that unfurl immense details with each replay while marrying west coast outboard-ambient to studied east coast modern classical. The resulting debut album, A Wave From A Shore, exhibits both artists' sonic identifiers falling in and out of cooperation before binding into a new entity distinct from either's solitary palettes. A visual artist whose work includes album covers for Thrice and Deftones in addition to video bumps for Adult Swim, Christopher Royal King spent his teenage years cutting his teeth on heavy metal and punk before gravitating, quickly and perhaps unexpectedly, toward experimental composers like Philip Glass and Terry Riley. This unlikely seesaw of influences led directly to King forming the post-rock pillar This Will Destroy You with fellow San Antonio native Jeremy Galindo. Similar to his former band's output, King's solo meanderings impart a mood of buoyancy and contemplation while hinting at darker, more shadowy hues beneath the glimmer, making his music stand apart from the glut of New Age droners and modular-synth influencers. Where the genre at large is sometimes guilty of being the spiritual equivalent of a topical balm, King's aesthetic is more like a rigorous therapy session that's as healing as it is confronting. Christopher Tignor first crossed paths with King in the mid 2000s, lending string arrangements to This Will Destroy You releases, and sometimes touring as a live member of the group. Over the years, Tignor has mounted an impressive discography under his own name and with his groups Slow Six, and Wires Under Tension, all while completing Princeton's PhD program for music composition, and NYU's Masters of computer science program. He put the full power of his dual studies to use, arriving at the illusionist-like meld of sound design and physical performance that his current-day solo efforts portray. In his own words "I banned backing tracks, click tracks, and even live looping - anything that would enforce a strict grid. All sounds originate from me kicking a drum, playing the violin, or various natural percussion sources. I built software that lets me do all this. This offers an unprecedented amount of control over this music's elastic sense of time." King's own music follows parallel rivulets of happenstance, but in desktop form, his array of analog gadgets in perpetual dialogue with one another as he omnipotently guides and documents the chatter. Tignor's lucid string work frames King's impressionism, sharpening the focus while being softened by the textural overgrowth. Their debut A Wave From A Shore does its part to rescue ambient music from its purely anesthetic functionality, offering instead a profound, often ravaging emotional experience for listeners who wish to be moved and not just lulled.
Rob Burger - Marching With Feathers
Rob Burger
Marching With Feathers
LP | 2022 | US | Original (Western Vinyl)
23,99 €*
Release:2022 / US – Original
Genre:Classical Music
Rob Burger's keyboard work can be heard in everything from Guggenheim showcases to the blockbuster film Ocean's 8 -- in addition to albums by John Zorn, Laurie Anderson, and Iron & Wine -- but the moonlit compositions he spins up on his own may be his most compelling work. His newest solo venture, Marching With Feathers, departs from the controlled exotica and kosmische of 2019's The Grid towards a genreless seesaw of electrified apprehension and capacious piano rumination. Piano-based tracks like "Figurine" and "Still" draw the listener into a realm of quiet contemplation, while arid psyche vignettes like "Library Science" and "Hotel For Saints" imbue the collection with a vital groove, conjuring images of a searing, high desert plain. At the core of the album is a central dichotomy between strength and gentleness, power and vulnerability. By uniting these seemingly opposing concepts, Burger catches you off guard by carving trails that turn from mirage to starkreality at every bend. As the album draws to a close, the listener feels as though they're waking from a dream, pensive yet determined to rise, like a lost hikerreaching a vista - or a clenched fist full of feathers.
Ensemble Alraune - Strues
Francesco Meli - Prima Verdi
Roedelius Story - 4 Hands Clear Vinyl Editoin
Roedelius Story - 4 Hands Black Vinyl Editoin
Enhet För Fri Musik - Ömhet & Skilsmässa
Blod - Abba
Daniel Barenboim, / Wiener Philharmoniker - Neujahrskonzert 2022
Asger Baden - If The Music Stops, They'll Eat Him
High Tone / Zenzile - Zentone Chapter 2
Ruth Palmer - Johann Sebastian Bach
Nino Keller - The Hunt
Jean-Michel Blais - Aubades
Pat Metheny - Road To The Sun Limited Edition Box
Jessica Moss - Phosphenes
Daniel Brandt, John Kameel Farah & Paul Frick - Live Im Haus Des Rundfunks
Daniel Brandt, John Kameel Farah & Paul Frick
Live Im Haus Des Rundfunks
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Galerie)
17,24 €* 22,99 € -25%
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop, Classical Music
The story of six soulmate musicians meeting at the intersection of classical composition, pop, electronic and minimal music begins in 2016 with their celebrated performance at the Cologne Philharmonie. After follow-up performances at the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn as well as the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie, Gregor Schwellenbach, Daniel Brandt, John Kameel Farah, Paul Frick, Erol Sarp and Kai Schuhmacher made a guest appearance at the invitation of Radio Berlin Brandenburg in the iconic Haus des Rundfunks in Berlin's Westend on February 2, 2019. "Live im Haus des Rundfunks" documents the first half of this evening, in which the individual composer-pianists introduced themselves to the audience in solos, duos and trios. This carefully choreographed set served as an electrifying prelude to the grand finale, the 20-minute collective mantra of Steve Reich's 1973 composition Six Pianos, a studio recording of which has already been released on the 2016 record Steve Reich "Six Pianos" – Terry Riley "Keyboard Study #1" (FILM LP/CD 002).
Alexander Krichel - Enescu And Mussorgsky
Vangelis - Juno To Jupiter
Loren Rush - Dans Le Sable
Loren Rush
Dans Le Sable
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Recital)
27,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Classical Music
The first new album in over 40 years by composer, pianist, and digital audio pioneer Loren Rush (b. 1935). Active in the Bay Area new music scene since the late 1950s alongside composers such as Robert Erickson and Pauline Oliveros, he also co-founded the Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics in 1975. The title piece "Dans le Sable" (1967-68, 70) covers the first side of the record, the second piece on the album “Song and Dance” begins with the watery held tones of “Song.” Melancholy phrases are deconstructed and stretched in different retellings, invoking a harmonic fog. We are then thrust into “Dance,” one of the first orchestral pieces to employ computer-generated digital synthesis. A hypnotic and percussive march is propelled into a storm of early computer-processed cannonades.
Esther Abrami - Violin Classics
Wilhelm Furtwängler - Furtwängler: Sämtliche Studio-Aufnahmen Auf Dg
V.A. - Project Xii 2021
Brian Wilson - At My Piano
V.A. - Winter Tales
Winter Tales
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Deutsche Grammophon)
27,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Classical Music
In celebration of Specialty Records’ 75th anniversary, a new Sam Cooke compilation featuring tracks from his Specialty catalogue focusing on his pop-leaning tracks plus the live recordings from the legendary 1955 Shrine Concert that has never been available on vinyl before. 3x10″ released in a triple-gatefold jacket, featuring replica flyers and other ephemera included as inserts in the packaging.
Richard Carpenter - Richard Carpenter's Piano Songbook
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