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East of the Moon Import

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Page Artiste David Lanz

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  • CD (1 février 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000046PUC
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Disque : 1

  1. The Green Man
  2. Dancing With Dionysos
  3. Chasing Aphrodite
  4. East Of The Moon
  5. On The Edge Of A Dream
  6. And Time Stood Still
  7. Tara
  8. World At Peace: I. Declaration Overture
  9. World At Peace: II. Prayer For Peace
  10. World At Peace: III. Gaia: Goddess Reborn
  11. World At Peace: IV. New World Turning
  12. World At Peace: V. Renaissance
  13. World At Peace: VI. Transformation: Finale
  14. The Visitor

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HASH(0xa2924518) étoiles sur 5 from Solo Piano Publications 1 février 2000
Par Kathy Parsons - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This long-awaited new release from pianist David Lanz is a delight from start to finish. From the opening strains of the exuberant "The Green Man" to the pure poetry of the closing track, "The Visitor", East of the Moon features a full spectrum of Lanz' playing and composing styles - and what a wonderful ride it is! The first seven tracks of the album are based on mythology and personal experiences, and have a more pop/rock feel than the six-part "World at Peace" which is more of a concerto for piano and orchestra. Producer Hugh Padgham suggested recording the album live rather than in layers, a proposal that was both daunting and exciting for Lanz. The resulting recording very successfully captures the freshness and spontaneity of a concert performance with the polish of a studio recording. Recorded in Great Britain in early 1999, Lanz included some great English studio musicians, and his frequent guest artist, Matthew Fisher from Procol Harum, appears on three tracks. Dave Heath's flute and piccolo add ebullience, as do Gerald Fahy's Ullieann pipes.
I absolutely love "The Green Man", a tribute to an ancient pagan symbol of birth and creativity. This joyful piece all but bubbles over. Dave Heath's piccolo adds a sprightly buoyance, and it's impossible to sit still while listening to this piece. "Dancing With Dionysos" is also an intoxicating romp (the mischievous glissando in the middle is a great touch!), full of fun and life. Lanz' original work hasn't been this upbeat since Skyline Firedance, and I welcome back this energetic side of his creativity."Chasing Aphrodite" is classic Lanz with mostly live musicians (as opposed to synth only), giving a warmth and richness often missing in sythnthesized accompaniments. The title cut has a somewhat otherworldly feeling, describing the place where The Green Man lives ("just west of the stars and east of the moon"). "On the Edge of a Dream" quiets the mood to a peaceful state between waking and dreaming, not quite sure of where we are. "And Time Stood Still" is one of my favorites - a reflective and pensive piece created in the mental state where the passage of time is unconscious. Matthew Fisher's Hammond organ adds interesting color to this mostly piano piece.
"World at Peace" is the "soundtrack to David's vision of our planet. In development for a number of years, it opens with the "Declaration Overture", where an imagined historic gathering of world leaders has taken place to sign "The Declaration of World Peace". The grandeur and majesty of this piece reflects how momentous such an event would be. My favorite part of this work is the second movement, "Prayer for Peace", with its lyrical bass arpeggios and gentle melody. All six parts of "World at Peace" are very classical and fully orchestrated. Each section moves through time, welcoming "a new universal spirit of cooperation" and the resulting advancements and improvements in the environment and society as a whole. "World at Peace" was a huge project, and the results are breathtaking.
The final track, "The Visitor" is another favorite. Its simplicity and grace are at once touching and haunting, telling the story of an unseen "visitor" gently coaxing it into being. This is a truly peaceful close to an exceptional work.
Along with the universal themes running through this album, David Lanz successfully breaks down the artificial boundaries that pigeon-hole music into "types". There are elements of rock in the rhythms and energy of several of the pieces, classical forms in the construction and scale of others, folk traditions, new age characteristics (whatever they are), and good old story-telling all blended together to make a warm and cohesive whole that should speak to a universal audience, an artistic goal that Lanz expressed when we did an interview in `98. I hope the world is ready to listen!
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HASH(0xa2924824) étoiles sur 5 Well-done 4 mars 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After listening through this CD for the first time, I could do nothing but sit in my chair in silence for a few seconds. David Lanz's work, in general, exudes a peaceful and vibrant energy in a multitude of music "types," and his latest is no exception. For example, the first three tracks on the CD, "The Green Man," "Dance with Dionysus," and "Chasing Aphrodite," all differ so much that perhaps only Lanz could have made the three work so well together. "Green Man" starts out the CD with a Celtic-ish theme, while "Dionysus" nearly jumps out of your sound system with its highly vibrant pop theme, and then it shifts to the utterly beautiful "Aphrodite," a romantic song with emotions not quite on the level of "Return to the Heart," but well-done nonetheless. I only found two problems with the CD. First, the orchestra (used in every piece), while adding definite pluses in songs such as "Declaration Overture," also detracts from Lanz' marvelous piano talent by overriding/replacing many notes on the corresponding solo piano pieces. Also, I would have loved to had "Sound of Wings" included on the album. Although the theme of that song varies somewhat from the generic themes of the album, it is such a beautiful song that its inclusion would have helped. For those that don't know, "Sound of Wings" is a piece that Lanz wrote for the orchestra recording for "East of the Moon" but never recorded, and so he released both the song (in MP3 format) and the sheet music on his website, and appears to never plan on officially releasing it on a CD. Other than that, it is an amazing work. A giant plus is the all-new work, a major problem (for me) in his previous albums, with the release and multiple rereleases of his hits. For the veteran David Lanz listener, "East of the Moon" is a great addition to any collection of his work; for the first-time listener, however, I suggest purchasing either "Return to the Heart" or "A Night with David Lanz" first, since either of those CDs contain many of his classic hits, a nice segue into this CD. Either way, "East of the Moon" is a worthwhile purchase.
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HASH(0xa2924740) étoiles sur 5 Another disappointing release 18 février 2000
Par M. Stivell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is not the David Lanz that Narada Lotus fans came to love and know. If you enjoyed the simple beauty of Cristofori's Dream, Heartsounds, Nightfall and Return to the Heart, this new CD by Lanz is a disappointment. Lanz's once intimate, sparkling and introspective piano is now lost to the pop and orchestral themes he has pursued on this release. The drums and rhythm section add to the misery of this album, failing to bring life to what are mostly unexciting piano pieces. Save your money, and instead check out "From the Heart" - the last great release from this new age pioneer.
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HASH(0xa2924d70) étoiles sur 5 EAST OF THE MOON - An Extraordinary Masterpiece 5 mai 2000
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Format: CD
Musical Genius David Lanz has created a CD which can hardly be described with mere words. You have to hear this powerful, passionate, breathtaking music for yourself. I was fortunate to be able to recently attend one of David's concerts where he performed much of the music on "East of the Moon" along with many of his other stunning pieces. The concert was an awesome experience. Hearing my favorite composer perform live and personally meeting him was an experience I will never forget. The next best thing to being at his concert is listening to this CD. The sound quality is unbelievable...you will be amazed! I cannot tell you how many times I've listened to this CD. It is music you never get tired of hearing...it only becomes more beautiful each time. Although all of his CD's are extraordinary, "East of the Moon" is David Lanz at his very best. This CD encompasses all of his musical styles. His talent and brilliant creativity knows no limit. BUY IT - YOU WILL LOVE IT. David, congratulations on your new CD. I predict a Grammy Award on this one.
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HASH(0xa2924da0) étoiles sur 5 Good Music, but the artist talks too much 18 octobre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The music on this CD IS very relaxing and has fun sound to it. But the artist ruins it by expressing his views on mythology and goes on and on about "world peace". That's fine for him, but I don't want to listen to his speeches, I just want the music! Other than that, this CD has beautiful music on it, my particular favorite is 'East of the Moon'. As good as the music is, I don't think I will be buying much music by this artist anymore.
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