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Blue Notebooks (Vinyl) [Import]

Max Richter LP Record
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Limited UK 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Richter is a British-based, German-born pianist and composer. The Blue Notebooks is his 2004 sophomore solo album, a distinctive and adventurous work that is beautifully recorded and cinematic in scope. 11 tracks. Fat Cat. 2008.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Philosophical Modern Classic July 2 2004
Format:Audio CD
Max Richter studied classical music, but also is playing around with computers and samplers. After collaborations with the likes of Future Sound of London, he now makes a kind of modern classical music. Somewhere between minimal music, movie soundtracks, ambient and triphop lies this musical masterpiece. It's almost like a soundtrack to a film, very visual. It has a lot of Phillip Glass-like slow repetitive string-arrangements, but much more interesting to listen to. Because here and there are hidden electronic sounds, but very sparce and subtle. It gives it that little modern edge, which also makes it strange and unpredictable. For example, you are now and then shaken out of your musical dream by the sound of a crow or philosophical poems that are read, over the sound of an oldfashioned typewriter. Very interesting, very subtle, beautifully orchestrated, fantastically crisp produced. This is a musical masterpiece.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 13 2014
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Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
little late
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