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  • CD (19 juillet 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: 130701 // Fat Cat
  • ASIN : B003JV4XUU
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Disque : 1

  1. Richter: infra 1
  2. Richter: journey 1
  3. Richter: infra 2
  4. Richter: infra 3
  5. Richter: journey 2
  6. Richter: infra 4
  7. Richter: journey 3
  8. Richter: journey 4
  9. Richter: journey 5
  10. Richter: infra 5
  11. Richter: infra 6
  12. Richter: infra 7
  13. Richter: infra 7

Descriptions du produit

L'énigmatique compositeur allemand livre une oeuvre mélancolique et touchante où les plages ambiantes electro se laissent recouvrir par des vagues de cordes et pianos post-classiques A l'origine composée en automne 2008 pour un spectacle de danse de Wayne Macgregor et Julian Opie, infra a été interprétée pour la première fois au Royal Opera House de Londres en novembre de la même année. Depuis cette pièce de ballet a été enrichie et étendue pour prendre la forme de treize morceaux entre musique post-classique et electro ambiante. C'est la rencontre d'un piano, de séquences electro et d'un quintet de cordes. Une musique saisissante à rapprocher aux compositions de Jóhann Jóhannsson, Dustin O'Halloran ou Pan American. Ancien membre de l'ensemble classique contemporain Piano Circus interprétant des oeuvres d'Arvo Part, Brian Eno, Philip Glass et Steve Reich, Max est aussi un pionnier du sampling live. Arrangeur et co-producteur du Lookaftering de Vashti Bunyan, Max a composé la bande originale de Valse Avec Bachir qui recevra de nombreuses récompenses dont le César du meilleur film étranger 2009. Il apparaît aussi sur la bande sonore du Shutter Island de Martin Scorsese. Un documentaire de 60 minutes de la BBC incluant une performance intégrale de loeoeuvre sortira bientôt en DVD.


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HASH(0x9113f5d0) étoiles sur 5 Headphone Commute Review 25 septembre 2010
Par Headphone Commute - Publié sur Amazon.com
Falling in love with Max Richter's music is easy. Lovers of electronica, modern classical, and simple piano music alike, follow Richter's releases, and gobble them up with their ears. The music of endless dreams and cinematic wakefulness, sprinkled with electric pulses of shortwave radio transmissions and somber tones, rises above the ground like a waterfall of fog, falling into the abyss of subconsciousness and repressed memories. Beautiful and simple melodies soar through the air with orchestral precision, neo-classical progression and heartbreaking execution. Infra is actually a soundtrack. Commissioned by the Royal Ballet, Infra is a score for the same titled ballet as choreographed by Wayne McGregor, which originally premiered at The Royal Opera House in London in November 2008. Being more than a studio album, the work on Infra is comprised of recurring themes and a central concept. The latter is inspired by T.S. Elliot's "The Wasteland", building on a travelogue of desolate lands, populated by the sounds of piano, electronics and a string quartet. Here's a quote from Richter: "I started thinking about making a piece on the theme of journeys. Like a road movie. Or a traveler's notebook. Or like the second unit in a film - when the scene has been played, and the image cuts away to the landscape going by. This started me thinking about Schubert's devastating and haunting "Winterreise" (Winter Journey), so I used some melodic material from Schubert as a found object in parts of my new piece." I must be honest - I wouldn't recommend this album to the heart broken. The sweeping melodies will pull your soul apart and squeeze the last remaining tears from your withered heart. Saturated in sadness to the point of total and complete desperation, some of the tracks become contenders for Music for my Funeral - a collection of tracks I have been preparing for... well... that one final farewell. This is not the first score for Max Richter. In 2009, he composed soundtracks for La Prima Linea (Cam Original) and Henry May Long (Mute). His 2008 score for Valse Avec Bachir (Delabel) also included a few tracks from The Blue Notebooks (130701). All of the above, along with Memoryhouse and Songs From Before are highly recommended. Be sure to also check out Headphone Commute's review of Richter's 24 Postcards In Full Colour (130701) and our previous Two and a Half Questions with Max Richter.
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HASH(0x919633a8) étoiles sur 5 Richter at his semi-best... 17 septembre 2010
Par Ryan Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
Okay so this album cannot compare to Blue Notebooks, Songs From Before, 24 Postcards, or Memoryhouse - BUT it is still a great Richter album in it's own ways. The static seems to eat the music alive at times...which is sad and yet comfortable. The piano pieces are incredible, as are all that Richter writes. All his other albums are 5 star albums for me, so this only gets 4. I wish it could have been a five, but perhaps his next proper solo release will be. This guy can do no wrong when it comes to writing beautiful music!
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HASH(0x919632c4) étoiles sur 5 4.5 stars... "post-classical" at its best 20 mars 2012
Par Paul Allaer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Max Richter brings a pretty unique mix of electronical and classical music, a blend he himself has called "post-classical". It's hard to keep track of how many Max Richter albums there are out there, as aside from the proper studio albums, Richter is becoming more and more prolific as a soundtrack composer, scoring such recent big name movies like Sarah's Key (2011), Shutter Island (2010) and Waltz with Bashir (2008).

"Infra" (2010 release; 13 tracks; 41 min.) is NOT a movie soundtrack, but is sure sounds like one, albeit to a ballet rather than a movie. Set in 13 pieces (movements?), all of them either called "Infra" or "Journey", this is a brooding musical landscape, in particular upfront in the album, check out in particular Infra 1, Infra 2 and Joruney 2. Towards the middle of the album the electronica is replaced more and more by/transitions into strings (violins, viola and cellos). It is on the latter pieces that this album reminds me of some of the Philip Glass work (a longtime major influence on Richter).

In all, I absolutely live this album. The mix of electronica and classical works great. The tracks are short, and flow great from one to the next, and at 40 min. this album clips by in no time and you'll find yourself playing this again and again. This is "post-classical" at its best. Highly recommended!
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HASH(0x911493fc) étoiles sur 5 INFRA: Another Max Richter Gem 7 octobre 2010
Par DAVID HALL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Max Richter (composer, piano/electronics) has created another musical gem with this album, INFRA. This one, a soundtrack commissioned by the Royal Ballet for the production of the same name originally choreographed by Wayne MacGregor at the Royal Opera in 2008. The music is gorgeous, beginning to end. Seamless, one track flowing into the next. The music Mr. Richter composes evokes states of being that embody spaciousness, solitude, and a rich, poignant, minimalism, musically. As well as atmospheres containing a cinematic ambiance, sweep and tone. In addition to Mr. Richter are Louisa Fuller (violin), Natalia Bonner (violin), Nick Barr (viola), Ian Burdge (cello), and Chris Worsey (cello). The music on this soundtrack is classical, but not solely. It also contains electronic whispers masterfully woven, and intricately imbued into the selections on the album. INFRA was recorded at Air studios in London in October, 2009. If you are a fan of Mr. Richter's The Blue Notebooks, 24 Postcards In Full Color, Songs From Before, and another soundtrack of his, Henry May Long - I think you'll want to add this to your Max Richter collection, too. Most highly recommended.
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HASH(0x91149414) étoiles sur 5 Best to date...... 16 novembre 2010
Par Mike DellaPia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have been a fan of Max Richter for a pretty long time now. To me his music is thought provoking and about as original as it gets. I can actually hear his growth within every release which leads me to my one second review of "Infra". To sum this up as simply as I can .... Crippling. As soon as the first track kicks in my mind starts to wonder. Don't think about it, just buy it.
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