Lightwave ‎– Cantus Umbrarum

Horizon Music ‎– HM-1006-2
CD, Album


1 The Door 0:36
2 The Mirror Of Shades 10:28
3 A Mineral Light In The Subterranean Sky 5:49
4 In The Labyrinth 1:05
5 Such A Delicate Music In The Woods 2:43
6 Down Down Down 4:27
7 To The Deep! 8:43
8 Waterfalls 1:42
9 The Deep Music Of A Rolling World 3:49
10 Drops And Life 1:21
11 Silent Souls 3:35
12 Geological Memories 2:15
13 Farewell To Darkness 3:10
A Musical Map Of The Underworld (Live)
14 Part One: Erebus 8:09
15 Part Two: Elysian Fields 10:09

Companies, etc.



Worldwide publishing: Editions Métisse Music 1 villa Juge 75015 Paris

"Sound installation in the Choranche Caves (Vercors, France)
Executive production: Festival 38èmes Rugissants, Benoît Tiberghien
Technical conception of the sound system:
Michel Geiss / 1001 Productions
Technical set up, sound system in the caves:
Patrick Pelamourgues / Music Connections"

℗©2000 Horizon Music, Inc.
Made in U.S.A.

Packaged in a jewel case with clear tray and 4-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 763317100626
  • Barcode (Text): 7 63317 10062 6
  • Other: Selection #76331-71006-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Letter B is reversed): *ID* 710062 B A1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L431
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7481



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June 27, 2016
Text is quoted from the following (in order of appearance):
George Sand, Laura ou Voyage dans le cristal, 1864
Platon, La République, traduction de Robert Baccou, 1966
Charles Baudelaire, L'Irrémédiable, 1857
Gaston Bachelard, La Terre et les rêveries de la volonté, 1948
Percy Bysshe Shelley, Prometheus Unbound, 1820
(Bachelard again)
(Shelley again)
Jules Verne, Voyage au centre de la Terre, 1864
Charles Baudelaire, Femmes damnées : Delphine et Hippolyte, 1866
(Shelley again)
Gérard de Nerval, Aurélia ou le Rêve et la vie, 1855
(unrecognized Italian bit)
(Shelley again)
(Baudelaire, Femmes damnées : Delphine et Hippolyte again)
(Shelley again)
Victor Hugo, Poésies : Les Rayons et les ombres XIII, 1839
(unrecognized English then French bits)
Victor Hugo, Poésies : Les Chants du crépuscule XIV, 1835
Charles Baudelaire, Recueillement, CIV, 1868
(Shelley again)
Victor Hugo, Poésies : Les Chants du crépuscule, Prélude, 1835
Stéphane Mallarmé, Igitur ou la Folie d'Elbehenon, 1925