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8 thoughts on “ Elegie - Erik Satie - Socrate + Melodies (CD, Album)

  1. Erik Satie was an important French composer from the generation of Debussy. Best remembered for several groups of piano pieces, including Trois Gymnopédies (), Trois Sarabandes () and Trois Gnossiennes (), he was championed by Jean Cocteau and helped create the famous group of French composers, Les Six, which was fashioned after his artistic ideal of simplicity in the extreme.
  2. In this list of Erik Satie's musical compositions, those series or sets comprising several pieces (i.e., Gnossienne 1, Gnossienne 2, etc.) with nothing but tempo indications to distinguish the movements by name, are generally given with the number of individual pieces simply stated in square soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo the pieces in a series have distinct titles, for example the 21 pieces in Sports et.
  3. Music Projects/London's part of a project to record all Satie's songs and instrumental music. Digital recording at the All Saints Church, Petersham on July and 24th August /5(6).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Satie: Socrate; Melodies - Susan Bickley, Eileen Hulse, Patricia Rozario, Richard Bernas on AllMusic - - Satie's Socrate defies easy categorization. The.
  5. Socrate is one of the strangest in the oeuvre of a composer who wrote a lot of strange works. Erik Satie reportedly ate only white foods to get himself in the mood to write this setting of texts from Plato about Socrates, fashioning them into a little three-act drama about the philosopher's life. To this, Satie applies music that resembles nothing else he wrote, without a hint of his usual.
  6. Éric Alfred Leslie Satie, who signed his name Erik Satie after , was a French composer and pianist. Satie was an influential artist in the late 19th- and early 20th-century Parisian avant-garde. His work was a precursor to later artistic movements such as minimalism, repetitive music, and the Theatre of the Absurd. An eccentric, Satie was introduced as a "gymnopedist" in , shortly.
  7. Factory Records: FACT ERIK SATIE Socrate. ALBUM 9/90 (1/91) CS: UK (Factory FACT c) CD: UK (Factory FACD ) DAT: UK (Factory FACT D) [Socrate, Drame Symphonique] Portrait de Socrate Bords d'Illissus mort de Socrate [Trois melodies ()] Les Anges Elegie Sylvie [Trois Melodies ()].

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