2007/03/20

more spectral re-ups

4 of the original 13 that i managed, with bloodshot eyes, aching back and shaky hands, all for you. (expect the rest of them sometime)


Tristan Murail - Gondwana, Disintegrations,Time_and_Again 1

Tristan Murail - Gondwana, Disintegrations,Time_and_Again 2

gerard grisey - le noir de l'toile

Horatiu Radulescu - Dizzy Divinity 1

Horatiu Radulescu - Dizzy Divinity 2

Horatiu Radulescu - Live Palis du rhin

12 comments:

Peter said...

This is great!!! Thanks!!

jAy @ jApAn said...

wonderful! i have been curious about Radulescu for quite some time. DL'ing it right now. looking forward to listening later tonight.
many thanks! i hope it was worth your pain. :)

Anonymous said...

many thanks for these, been wanting to hear some of these spectralist composers.

-tim

Over The Moon said...

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Grisey and Murail are just as important composers as Scelsi.

If you happen to have any more Grisey or Murail on the Accord label you wish to share, it would be a TRUE privilege to hear the Accord label material.

Many thanks!

-OTM

petrescu said...

Steve Lacy reup would be much much appreciated, killed by sendspace.

Nipperkin said...

Many thanks for the re-ups!

Any hope of re-upping the various "non-official" Eno pieces from last August?

And thanks generally for this thoughtful blog.

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hideo said...

DO we appreciate it??

you bet yer' ass we do!!!

thanks, see at LEAST two of major interest that I missed

glmlr said...

Thank you SO much for the superb music! There's no such thing as enough of it.

Anonymous said...

…nothing more to say, just thank you.

Parzival said...

Belated thanks from me as well, terrific uploads!

Anonymous said...

Much appreciated!
Andy Hamilton’s excellent Primer on Spectral Composition, originally published in The Wire, Nov. 2003, is available on the web at:
http://www.dur.ac.uk/philosophy/staff/?mode=pdetail&id=512&sid=512&pdetail=47590
Any chance of locating some of the harder-to-find recordings from his list?