De Natura Sonorum by Bernard Parmegiani

More classic sound sorcery from legendary French composer Bernard Parmegiani. This is a repress of a 1984 recording where Parmegiani made six musical movements  - often related to each other and often coming in pairs. He explores the possibilities of sound creation using electro acoustic and concrete origins of sound. Rashad Becker masters it, Stephen O'Malley designed the sleeve. 

Vinyl Double LP £27.99 REGRM009LP

Repress 2LP on Recollection GRM.

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9/10 Deicide Origin 18th August 2013

Austrian "Editions Mego"'s sublabel, Recollection GRM has released another reissue from the cultic French electro-accustic label, INA-GRM.

It's the reissue of the legendary French composer's, Bernard Parmegiani's "De Natura Sonorum" album from 1984.

The album contains twelve compositions, which are studies of the nature of sounds and their relations to each other.
Every single piece is separated to experimental concepts facing various natural and artificial materials.

Some of the tracks are built by chaotic percussive elements, while other parts are assembled from mellow, dark ambiental soundscapes.

The mixture of spatially diffused concrète dynamics and precise electronic processing gives a transcendental vision, to the listeners of these abstract concepts.

The album comes with an elegant gatefold sleeve, designed by Stephen O'Malley.

Lacquer cut by CGB, Rashad Becker.


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