Bengt Hambræus - Constellations II & Interferences album flac
Title: Constellations II & Interferences
MP3 album: 1189 mb
FLAC album: 1713 mb
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Genre: Electronic / Classical
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. This album was released on the label Limelight (catalog number LS 86052). Download mp3. Length of track. A. Interferences For The Organ. Find music audio mp3 or zip. mp3 or zip. 16:08. B. Constellations II For Organ Sounds. 16:04. In studio record of this music release "Constellations & Interferences" attended those artists
1959 "constellations II for organ sounds" (Lp Cat No. Philips 838 750 AY). 1961-62 Interferenzen (interferences for the organ) Lp Cat No. Philips 838 750 AY. 1966-67 Tre Pezzi per Organo. Bengt Hambraeus at Swedish Music Information Center. Bengt Hambraeus page. BNF: cb135397961 (data).
Constellations II. by musicformessier, released 09 October 2017 1. Hydra 2. Phoenix 3. Crater 4. Gemini 5. Sagittarius 6. Corona Borealis 7. Perseus this site: Constellations . open. IK0ilXqzLTiC Constellations I. qekMHq9Y63CJ You have just found the second part of musicformessier's "Magnum Opus" ambient/post-rock trilogy, "Constellations".
1. Konstellationer II - Bengt Hambræus. 2. Disappearances - Bengt Emil Johnson, Mats Persson. 3. Dizkus - Lars-Gunnar Bodin, The Aulos Quintet. Listen to Constellations in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Konstellationer II. Your browser does not support the audio element. From Each According to His Abilities, to Each According to His Needs.
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Bengt Hambræus has made a name for himself as one of the pivotal figures of the new music in Sweden. His profound artistic force has mainly been channelled through a daring bid to renew the means of expression. He was the first Swedish composer to work in an electronic music studio. His organ compositions developed in unheard of directions. In his orchestral compositions he applied new principles of music in space (with different groups of instruments stationed at different points in the auditorium)