Though there are plenty of examples of classical music plugging in - think Switched-On Bach, think Wendy Carlos playing Henry Purcell on an electronic keyboard for A Clockwork Orange - there are few as good as Patricia Escudero’s updates of Erik Satie. The Frenchman’s deceptively simple compositional style lends itself well to synthetic treatment, and Escudero utilises an array of sounds across Satie Sonneries. Originally released in 1986, the record gets a deserved re-press by Equilibrio.
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