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Katia and Marielle Labeque – Minimalist Dream House (2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Katia & Marielle Labèque – Minimalist Dream House (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 205:15 minutes | 3,95 GB | Genre: Classical
Official Digital Download – Source: Q0buz | Digital booklet

From American pioneers La Monte Young, Terry Riley, and Philip Glass all the way to Brian Eno, Sonic Youth, and Aphex Twin, the world’s reigning piano duo, along with guest artists, will present a bird’s eye survey of Minimalism from a keyboard perspective in three 40-minute sets. Come and go as you will. Just don’t miss it.

To be musically avant-garde in the 1950s meant to be difficult. Not by the end of the 1960s. That decade saw a group of American beatniks overthrow the musical givens of postwar Europe. In a series of disobediently straightforward compositions La Monte Young, Terry Jennings, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and Philip Glass declared that music could be clear, honest, pretty and experimental. Turning their backs on the conventional centres of musical power, the earliest minimalist works got their first public audience in La Monte Young’s 1960-61 Chamber Street Series in Yoko Ono’s New York loft. Through the 1960s in art galleries and alternative spaces, the minimalists slowly demystified, democratised and Americanised European modernism. They rejected the angst (what Philip Glass would call “crazy creepy music”). They rejected the invisible games. They rejected the theatricality. “I don’t know any secrets of structure that you can’t hear,” wrote Steve Reich in his 1968 minimalist manifesto, Music as a Gradual Process. Minimalism claimed that there was enough interest in the sounding process itself and enough new territory to be explored in rhythmic patterning to sustain a work. If one removed the Baroque complications – the harmonic story-telling and thematic cleverness – that were obscuring the natural beauties of rhythm and sound, what would be revealed and discovered could provide classical music with a new lease of life. They were right. Minimalism was the last great musical revolution of the 20th century. And it became the most influential and successful ism of them all.

Tracklist:
CD1 #01 – Philip Glass: 4 Movements for 2 Pianos: I.
CD1 #02 – Philip Glass: 4 Movements for 2 Pianos: II.
CD1 #03 – Philip Glass: 4 Movements for 2 Pianos: III.
CD1 #04 – Philip Glass: 4 Movements for 2 Pianos: IV.
CD1 #05 – Howard Skempton: 3 Nocturnes: I.
CD1 #06 – Howard Skempton: 3 Nocturnes: II.
CD1 #07 – Howard Skempton: 3 Nocturnes: III.
CD1 #08 – William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes: I.
CD1 #09 – William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes: II.
CD1 #10 – William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes: VII.
CD1 #11 – William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes: X.
CD1 #12 – William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes: XII.
CD1 #13 – William Duckworth: The Time Curve Preludes: XVII.
CD1 #14 – Howard Skempton: Images: Prelude 1
CD1 #15 – Howard Skempton: Images: Interlude 4
CD1 #16 – Howard Skempton: Images: Prelude 5
CD1 #17 – Howard Skempton: Images: Interlude 5
CD1 #18 – Howard Skempton: Images: Prelude 7
CD1 #19 – Howard Skempton: Postlude

CD2 #01 – John Cage: Experiences, I
CD2 #02 – David Chalmin: Gameland
CD2 #03 – Nicola Tescari: Suonar Rimembrando (After Tarquinio Merula’s Chaconne)
CD2 #04 – Aphex Twin: Nanou2
CD2 #05 – Aphex Twin: Avril 14th
CD2 #06 – Brian Eno: In Dark Trees
CD2 #07 – Philip Glass: The Poet Acts
CD2 #08 – Arvo Pärt: Hymn to a Great City
CD2 #09 – Nicola Tescari: En 4 Parenthèses
CD2 #10 – Radiohead: Pyramid Song
CD2 #11 – Raphaël Seguinier: Free to X
CD2 #12 – Suicide: Ghost Rider

CD3 #01 – Terry Riley: In C
CD3 #02 – Michael Nyman: Water Dances: I. Dipping
CD3 #03 – Michael Nyman: Water Dances: II. Stroking
CD3 #04 – Michael Nyman: Water Dances: III. Submerging
CD3 #05 – Michael Nyman: Water Dances: IV. Gliding
CD3 #06 – Michael Nyman: Water Dances: V. Synchronising

CD4 #01 – Erik Satie: Vexations [Bonus Track, Digital Only]
CD4 #02 – John Cage: Four 3 [Bonus Track, Digital Only]
CD4 #03 – Erik Satie: Le fils des étoiles: Prélude du 1er Acte (La Vocation) [Bonus Track, Digital Only]
CD4 #04 – Erik Satie: Gnossienne No. 4 [Bonus Track, Digital Only]
CD4 #05 – Erik Satie: Avant-dernières pensées: I. Idylle, à Debussy [Bonus Track, Digital Only]

Musicians:
Katia Labèque – piano
Marielle Labèque – piano
David Chalmin – guitar, vocals, electronics
Alexandre Maillard – bass, electronics
Raphaël Séguinier – drums, electronics
Nicola Tescari – keyboards, electronics

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