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  • CD (1 mars 2005)
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  • Label: New World
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Charlemagne Palestine : Schlingen Blängen

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sublime 19 mars 2001
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This is a continuous 72 minute church organ piece made of a single chord activited by inserting cardboard wedges between selected keys. Stops are then progressively opened and closed to accentuate points in the harmonic structure. That's all.
Except that's NOT all, by any means. Palestine is a master in the art of listening. His music is dedicated to an intense act of concentrating on the moiré of overtones in a simple structure and manipulating this in real time. It has transcendental results. Rhythms emerge; soft, Reich-like, out of the play of different wavelengths. Shifts across different tonal metrics cause hallucinatory effects. Now, the music appears to be going backward - or, now, to have been processed through electronic effects. But it hasn't. All there is is the chord, the stops moving, and the listening.
Palestine's music tries to induce the sacred through minimum means. This makes it sound forbiddingly esoteric, but it isn't. There is an almost commercial ear for resolution. Thus, 21 minutes in, Palestine makes manifest the basstone that's been constantly implied - the one that's playing in your head; and the effect is revelatory.
Palestine is a kind of punk minimalist with no pretensions and no interest in selling records. His music, which appears to have been won at the expense of some suffering and poverty, has enormous purity and rigour. At the same time his spirituality, which totally informs his work, is completely grounded, honest, and rooted in the everyday search, found in some religions and spiritual practices (the sensible ones), for a simple, renewing, but elusive transcendental experience; the sort that brings you to a still, transformative point where peace and absolute raptness co-exist. Sure enough, when this music hits its mark (which is often) your heart beats faster, hairs stand up, things make sense - and the white rush of the new passes across you.
6 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Real Minimalism 23 février 2001
Par svf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Are you ready for over an hour of pipe organ drone?
Lost in the increasingly watered-down world of the Glass/Reich/Adams holy trinity of minimalism is the pure, visceral, stripped-down music of Charlemagne Palestine. The few recordings of his works are almost impossible to track down. Luckily, there is this CD release from the realatively well-distributed New World label. Get it before it also ends up on the "out of print" roster.
Listening to the simple eloquence and uncanny spiritual depth of this music is a somewhat sad reminder of what minimalism really was meant to be before becoming the bloated, excessive, sentimental stuff that is is today. Palestine is a true American original whose music needs wider recognition and representation. Hear him.
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where we should all begin 15 octobre 2005
Par scarecrow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
this is where minimalism should have started,uncompromising and when you hear these orthodox works it makes all subsequent offerings, seem mediocre and self-serving, opportunist. You can check the various Minimalists Lists for Their Top Ten, and this piece is always in it if Not Numero Uno, Tony Conrad Terry Riley, Phil Glass as well, all Top Drawer Stuff;never argue with success but here I think you can, minimalism lives for the committment to its concept to its procedural dimensions, its working out of a place.Too bad the late Morton Feldman came to it quite late, and La Monte Young went into Eastern affinities,and his own indulgences.Well-Tuned Piano is Top Ten Stuff, Just Intonation great piece, It was a reaction at least in the visual arts artists as Richard Serra, Carl Andre, Robert Morris, Bridget Riley, Ken Noland, Bruce Nauman and Ellsworth Kelly, some go as far as saying that it was part of the Anti-War Times, against corporatism,but I don't think so for minimalism only works with a great deal of money and support buying old Army Bases as Donald Judd's in Marfa Texas, or Dan Flavin's flourescent lighting schemes,or Serra's massive plates, hundreds of thousands of dollars in steel mill productions; Art is Money. Here it is a wonder to hear this one organ chord transformations of organ registers, it makes you beleive again in art, what it was and may have become. You look at timbre as under a microscope, as we all think we do with other works. This one forces the issue a bit more.Charlemagne Palestine (Charles Martin), while he lived in Los Angeles area he had done a series of concerts in The Unitarian Church in Downtown LA, and this piece was part of those events. He has played this all over the globe, and it still holds a fascination as one of the primary works of American minimalism.
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Sublime 30 novembre 2004
Par Joshua Sellers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This piece is about as minimalist as one can get: A single chord on a pipe organ sustained over 70 minutes. But a lot happens in those 70 minutes as Palestine slowly alters the stops-- certain frequencies are highlighted, the "beats" generated by the chord create rhythms & melodies. It's a study in tonal color & it is absolutely sublime - like placing a microscope up to a sound. Imagine one of Rothko's huge color field paintings... except it's 10 MILES HIGH!! It's especially emotionally overwhelming when listened to at a loud volume! I would rank this CD as one of my top 10 "desert island" picks for sure. I hope that more of Palestine's work is recorded & that it remains in print!

If you like early Steve Reich (like the tape pieces, the phase pieces or Drumming) then you will probably love this!
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No. 14 janvier 2012
Par deb2006 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I can't quite believe what I read here. I truly love Glass, Riley or Reich. But this here is nothing - it is on the same level as Cage's nothingness, except that there is one tone.
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