Your cart (0 item)
Label & Cat.Number: Electroshock Records ELCD 019
Release Year: 2000
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €12.00
More InfoErstes Album auf Electroshock Records von dieses russischen Komponisten, inspiriert von biblischen Themen ... Strong synthetic & pastoral music.
„Anatoly Pereslegin's "Download the God" is a single composition in six sections, based on the prophetic works of Isaiah and Ezekiel and composed in Jerusalem during the mid-Nineties. There can hardly have been a more positive example of "Jerusalem Syndrome" during the decade - this composition is millennial in the very best sense. It might not have succeeded but, in fact, it is an extraordinary success - probably one of the dozen or so most powerful pieces of electronica (or post-classical) music I've ever heard. If it has a point of departure, it would be Messiaen - it has the same carillon-like quality, the same chromatic lushness and the same non-linear ecstasis to it - although the dark maelstrom of Ligeti's "San Francisco Polyphony" is also suggested, as is the percussive minimalism of Reich and the op-art patterns of Glass and Riley. It's obviously been composed with extreme care, although its architecture is designed to let in maximum space and light - perhaps its most remarkable feature is the way in which it combines gravitas with delicacy, power with swiftness, to produce a musical analogue to the prophetic experience that is totally convincing.” [Norman Jope / "Stride”-mag]
|© 2007 Drone Records | | Celler Strasse 33, 28205 Bremen, Germany | Impressum / Allgemeine Geschaftsbedingungen / Haftungsausschluss||Links to the scene|