Takemitsu* / Patrick Gallois - Fabrice Pierre - Göran Söllscher - Andrew Davis - BBC Symphony Orchestra ‎– I Hear The Water Dreaming

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Deutsche Grammophon ‎– 453 459-2
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1 I Hear The Water Dreaming
Conductor – Andrew DavisFlute – Patrick GalloisOrchestra – BBC Symphony Orchestra
10:50
Toward The Sea
Flute – Patrick GalloisGuitar – Göran Söllscher
(11:11)
2 The Night 3:23
3 Moby Dick 4:06
4 Cape Cod 3:42
5 Le Fils Des Étoiles
Composed By – Erik SatieFlute – Patrick GalloisHarp – Fabrice Pierre
4:15
Toward The Sea II
Conductor – Andrew DavisFlute – Patrick GalloisHarp – Fabrice PierreOrchestra – BBC Symphony Orchestra
(11:08)
6 The Night 3:32
7 Moby Dick 3:56
8 Cape Cod 3:40
9 And Then I Knew 'Twas Wind
Flute – Patrick GalloisHarp – Fabrice PierreViola [Alto] – Pierre Henri Xuereb*
13:10
Toward The Sea III
Flute – Patrick GalloisHarp – Fabrice Pierre
(10:56)
10 The Night 3:29
11 Moby Dick 3:55
12 Cape Cod 3:32
13 Air
Flute – Patrick Gallois
5:36

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I Hear The Water Dreaming (1987) for flute and orchestra
Towards The Sea I (1981) for alto flute and guitar
Les Fils des Étoiles (1975) Prélude for flute and harp
Toward The Sea II (1981) for alto flute, harp and string orchestra
And Then I Knew 'twas Wind (1992)
Toward The Sea III (1989) for alto flute and harp
Air (1995)

Recording:
London, The Warehouse, 9/1996 (2 to 5, 9 to 13)
London, Abbey Road Studios, Studio One (1, 6 to 8)

Patrick Gallois plays a wooden flute by Chris Abell.
Fabrice Pierre plays a Salvi harp except in "And Then I Knew 'twas Wind" where he plays a Camac harp.

Released in six-panel Digipak with 34-page booklet including notes in English, German and French.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 28945 34592 5
  • Matrix / Runout: 00289 453 459-2 01 +
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L YC
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Label Code: LC 0173
  • Price Code: UN 925
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS

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