More albums from Harold Budd: Marco Polo by Harold Budd. Jane 12-21 by Harold Budd. La Bella Vista by Harold Budd.
Artists Harold Budd The Oak of the Golden Dreams. The Oak of the Golden Dreams Harold Budd. The Oak of the Golden Dreams. This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/164 BPM). Tracklist The Oak of the Golden Dreams. 1. Pastoral Symphony.
The Pavilion of Dreams is the second album from composer Harold Budd. Bismillahi 'Rrahman 'Rrahim" – 18:23. Two Songs: 1. Let Us Go into the House of the Lord, 2. Butterfly Sunday" – 6:19. Madrigals of the Rose Angel: 1. Rossetti Noise, 2. The Crystal Garden and a Coda" – 14:16. Marion Brown – alto saxophone. Harold Budd – piano, voice. Maggie Thomas – harp. Richard Bernas – celeste. Gavin Bryars – glockenspiel, voice. Jo Julian – marimba, vibraphone, voice.
Wind In Lonely Fences 1970 - 2011. Авторы текста и музыки. Warp Records, UMG (от лица компании "All Saints Records"); LatinAutor, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord/Butterfly Sunday. UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); UBEM, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (2).
This CD is a dual reissue of Harold Budd's The Oak of the Golden Dreams and Richard Maxfield's Electronic Music. The album presents complex, haunting, and evocative electronic soundscapes. In these examples of musique concrete occurs the odd coincidence of jazz motifs, Korean folk music, spoken word, and more. The ebb and flow of tape loops present an aural kaleidoscope, exciting to the ear, in Maxfield's pieces. Maxfield's works date six to ten years prior to Budd's 1969 and 1970 creations
A new version of Last. Richard Maxfield, Harold Budd. Overview (current section). Let us know what you think of the Last. Maxfield's works date six to ten years prior to Budd's 1969 and 1970 creations
Oak Of The Golden Dreams. Bought this if only for the Budd piece track sounds like something very eastern in scale and its not unlike some of Peter Michael Hamel's very early solo recordings or Terry Riley. The piece consists of a drone note foundation with eastern snake charmer like soloing overdubbed. Yes its simplistic by today's standards but still an oddity in Budd's catalog. All done on a Buchla which makes it all the more special! Rispondi Avvertimi 1 Helpful.
Two years later, Harold Budd's debut album The Pavilion of Dreams was released. Budd has developed a style of playing piano he terms "soft pedal," which can be described as slow and sustained In November 2011, Eraldo Bernocchi's RareNoiseRecords released a CD album by Eraldo Bernocchi, Harold Budd, Robin Guthrie entitled Winter Garden, recorded in the summer of 2010 in Tuscany, Italy and mixed in Guthrie's studio, in Rennes, France. The Oak of the Golden Dreams, Coeur D'Orr (1970) Advance Recordings. The Pavilion of Dreams (1978) . Records produced by Brian Eno. Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror (1980) . Records with Brian Eno.
The Pavilion of Dreams is a music studio album recording by HAROLD BUDD (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. In "Pavilion of Dreams" recorded in 1976, later released in 1978, Harold Budd's second known "solo" release, (his first "The Oak of the Golden Dreams, Coeur D'Orr, 1970 is missing in this page), harbored himself with, what was known in 1976 as "new age", top notch fellow musicians, Gavin Bryars and Michael Nyman, both as Budd, still active up.
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|FGC 16S||Harold Budd||The Oak Of The Golden Dreams (Cass, Album, RE, C40)||Advance Recordings||FGC 16S||US||1988|