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Satie Slowly

Label: Unseen Worlds
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD1: Ogive I; Ogive II Ogive III; give IV; Gnossienne No.1; The Feast Given By The Norman Knights To Honour A Young Girl; First Prelude of the Nazarene; Second Prelude of the Nazarene; The Gothic Dances. CD2: First Gymnopédie; Second Gymnopédie; Third Gymnopédie; First Fanfare of the Rose+Cross – Air Of The Order; Second Fanfare of the Rose+Cross – Air Of The Grand Master; Third Fanfare of the Rose+Cross – Air Of The Head Prior; Chorales; Empire’s Diva.

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Article: Album Review

Philip Corner: Satie Slowly

Read "Satie Slowly" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Pianist Philip Corner slows down Erik Satie and shows where Philip Glass, Terry Riley and Steve Reich came from. Satie Slowly is exactly that: the piano music of Satie vastly slowed down compared to most contemporary performances and recordings. The lengthy subtitle to the release says it all: “Avoid All Sacrilegious Exaltation." The large insert, assembled ...


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