Thursday, June 21, 2012

Synthétiseur Minimale


Le Prince Apatride is the fourth album in Henry-Skoff Torgue's catalog. Torgue isn't the best known of 20th Century minimalist composers, but he is one of my personal favorites. This is a mostly solo effort with Torgue producing most of the sounds on synthesizers and piano. One track, the longest, features Olivier Darcissac on clarinet. Le Prince Apatride was released in 1980 on Spalax Music.

Music

12 comments:

soundvoyeur said...

This looks sweet. Please let us indulge.

Joe said...

looks cool

Anonymous said...

Hi.

Sounds interesting. Nice cover too!
Very good blog.

Jan from the Netherlands.
PS. Found some interesting Dutch stuff I nerv knew existed.

GHOST ARCADE said...

sounds promising!

faustinger said...

Thanks, I have it posted on my blog about covers insects

http://intsektuakmusikan.blogspot.com.es/search/label/Henry%20Torgue

And I have several albums of Henry torgue

http://musicforambients.blogspot.com.es/search/label/Henry%20Torgue

Best Regards.

Mr. Craig said...

Fascinating. My curiousity is peaked.

Anonymous said...

this thing is fucking incredible. thank you thank you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks!
Love it !
Have a nice day
Julien

basso said...

a.m.a.z.i.n.g!
Thanks a LOT

Zeroy said...

Over 500 hundred downloads in the first month. Guess someone likes it. Aren't we lucky to have a few thank yous? Hit and run . . .

Arizona Phossils said...

thankee

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