Akira Rabelais ‎– Eisoptrophobia

Label:
Ritornell ‎– RIT 21, Ritornell ‎– Rit 21
Format:
CD, Album
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1 Notturno
Composed By – B. Bartók*
1:41
2 Troisième Gnossienne
Composed By – E. Satie*
3:34
3 Aphorisming, Second
Composed By – V. Carté*
0:25
4 Rhythme Bulgare
Composed By – B. Bartók*
3:13
5 Aposiopesis
Composed By – V. Carté*
5:16
6 Gymnopedie No. 1
Composed By – E. Satie*
3:50
7 Gymnopedie No. 2
Composed By – E. Satie*
3:13
8 Gymnopedie No. 3
Composed By – E. Satie*
2:52
9 M2s Broken & Together
Composed By – B. Bartók*
1:48
10 Cinquième Gnossienne
Composed By – E. Satie*
4:40
11 Première Gnossienne
Composed By – E. Satie*
4:13
12 Aphorisming, First
Composed By – V. Carté*
0:51
13 Notturno (Lovely Remix)
Composed By – B. Bartók*
9:10
14 Berceuse
Composed By – E. Satie*
2:04
15 Bociumeana
Composed By – B. Bartók*
2:52
16 Quatrième Gnossienne
Composed By – E. Satie*
2:34
17 Aphorisming, Third
Composed By – V. Carté*
1:19
18 m2s M7s (Fragmented)
Composed By – B. Bartók*
1:34
19 Pe Loc
Composed By – B. Bartók*
1:17
20 Sarabande No. 2
Composed By – E. Satie*
2:51

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 14871-2
  • Made ByMPO

Credits

  • Piano, Recorded By, Computer [Argeiphontes Lyre, Adobe After Effects, SoundHack, Peak, Pro Tools]Akira Rabelais

Notes

All piano recordings made by Akira Rabelais at Wave Equation Studios in Hollywood, California.
Audio created with Argeiphontes Lyre, Adobe After Effects, SoundHack, Peak and Pro Tools.

Made in France

Catalog number:
RIT 21 on spine and disc
Rit 21 on back

Released in standard jewel case with 8-panel leporello (concertina fold) insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18751 48712 3
  • Barcode: 718751487123
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1213
  • Matrix / Runout: [MPO logo] RIT21 @@@ 01
  • Label Code: LC 10585

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maedecedeam

March 11, 2010

Rabelais is brave in that he doesn't shy away from the sometimes naked electronification of these works for piano by early 20th Century music illuminati.

For whereas these may originally have been intended as pseudo-trancendental thought-to-music impromptus, their re-translation through wires and transistors and chips and accumulated-error computer processes perhaps yields more about their nature than their authors might have imagined.

Fragile and exotic. Music for and of unfettered reflection.

March 27, 2003
if you´re a diehard satie fan e.g., you´ll probably be scared by this record, and call it blasphemy. it took me several listenings from end to end to appreciate this release, and i do find it a bit pretencious in certain passages.