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✨✧ Suzanne CianiLife In Waves (Blu-ray & DVD) (2020 Record Store Day Release) ... DVD
Earth Libraries, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A grat tribute to the lovely Suzanne Ciani – an electronic music pioneer on the American scene, almost our answer to Delia Derbyshire over in the UK! Suzanne's specialty was the Buchla synthesizer, but she had great command over many other instruments too – many of which you'll see here in this great documentary. Ciani did recordings under her own name, and a fair bit of studio work too – including some famous commercial and video game work in the 80s. This package features the film on both DVD and Blu Ray – with bonus features that include Dinner with Don Buchla, More with Kitaro, Suzanne's Buchla Lixiviation Music Video, Scoring One Life to Live, Meeting Money Mark, and The Making of Seven Waves. Plus, the Blu Ray features more bonus materials –1984 Extended Studio Tour, The Eighth Wave Music Video, Starchild (Short Film by Joseph Robinson with music by Suzanne Ciani), 2017 Quadraphonic Buchla Performance, and a 1974 Buchla Concert. (DVDs & Videos, Sound Library) DVD
(9/26 street date – to match the 2020 Record Store Day exclusive vinyl soundtrack LP!)

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✨✧ Karel GoeyvaertsKarel Goeyvaerts ... LP
Cacophonic (UK), 1973/1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Beautiful sounds from Karel Goeyvaeters – a Dutch minimalist with a really wonderful sense of tone! The album features two long pieces, both from the mid 70s – each using a variety of sounds in cyclical fashion – in ways that recall some of the best Terry Riley material of the time – even though some of the construction also echoes the approach of Philip Glass or Steve Reich! Karel really likes things to unfold in a subtle, sensitive way – and the tones move along in these patterns that are sometimes imperceptible, sometimes more striking – occasionally with a bit of dissonance, but often with these really lovely little sounds. Side one features "Pour Que Les Fruits Murissent Cet Ete" – and side two features "Op Acht Paarden Wedden". (Out Sound, Sound Library) LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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