Mikhail Chekalin* ‎– Concerto Grosso № 1 & Bonus Tracks

Boheme Music ‎– CDBMR 009169
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Concerto Grosso № 1
1 Meditation (Russian Mistery) 14:37
2 Fascination 4:15
3 Chamber Music 3:14
4 To Appreciate The March 4:46
5 Symphony Of Lamentations 11:25
6 Movie Music 4:04
7 Light Melody 1:53
Bonus Tracks:
8 Dissonata 19:57
9 A Pagan Vocalise 4:20
10 Another Music For Piano - I 3:53

Companies, etc.



Tracks 1 to 7: (1989)
Track 8: (1990)
Tracks 9, 10: (1992)

All music performed in live, in real time; studio work done with the use of analogue multi-track taperecorder without recurrence to sequencer techniques and computer editing.
"Concerto Grosso №1" was recorded in 1989, analogue multi-track studio "MDM", Moscow.
"Dissonata" was recorded in 1990, studio "Videofilm"
"A Pagan Vocalise", "Another Music For Piano - I" were recorded in 1992 at MHAT Theatre, Moscow.
CD-R copied from analogue master-tape at mastering studio "Mosfilm".

Total running time 72:46.

© 1989, 1990, 1992, 2000 M.Chekalin.
℗ 2000 Boheme Music (BMR)
Made in EU.

CD package: jewel case with clear tray and 16-page booklet.

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  • Matrix / Runout: [Boheme Music logo] Boheme Music (BMR) CDBMR 009169

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January 8, 2011
' It's difficult to say something new in electronic music, but this composer/musician is one of a kind. Few merge depth and accessibility, innovation and tradition this seamlessly. Highly recommended for those into any progressive music, but definitely to those tired of Klaus Shultze and not digging Herbert Eimert...

Concerto Grosso is #11/12 in the series of 12 records made for the MARS art gallery in 1989 (the recordings on the series cover 1981-1989).All the recordings are done by Mr. Chekalin himself, with overdubs, in his home studio.