Éric Cordier* ‎– Breizhiselad

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CD, Album


1 Breizhiselad / Ar Baradoz 15:05
2 Lieux De Repos 10:55
3 Mes Chaînes Seront Brisées 7:43
4 Bro Goz Ma Zadou 10:14
5 Vieux Pays De Mes Pères 14:09
6 Tu Es Le Portier Qui M'ouvre Le Château 14:52

Companies, etc.

  • Glass Mastered AtSony DADC – A0100690720-0101


  • Composed By, Effects [Sophisticated Delay Pedal: Gsp 2101, A Sound Processor: Tc (g Force), Handmade Devices]Éric Cordier*
  • Cover [Cover Art]sRg
  • Liner Notes [Translation]Jenovefa Boulbria


Composed between May and October 2003.

Packaged in gatefold cardboard sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K2
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100690720-0101 25 A2
  • Rights Society: SABAM



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March 11, 2013
I've listened a number of times to "breizhiselad". It's a great listen. I can't place the original music, 100%, although it does sound familiar. I think it reminds me of the sound in old black & white movies, were the sound distorts because of age. Some of the choral parts are similar to the singing parts in old movies, especially where there is a heaven scene to be soundtracked. But the reworking is more fractured & haunting, obviously. The liner notes describe how this old music has been rewritten (or interpreted). But I get more of a sense that Cordier is trying to mark a place in time & a location close to him, from the past. There is a real feeling of a narrative going on with the music. Like he is trying to tell a story, recall some kind of history ? The sound is coarse & physical, with a haunting ambience . . . A haunting nostalgia ! Like the sounds represent memories. Highly Recommended, Walt.