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Wurdah Ïtah. Musique originale du film Tristan et Iseult d'Yvan Lagrange Edition spéciale, Enregistrement original remasterisé

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  • CD (2 février 2009)
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  • Format : Edition spéciale, Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Le Chant du Monde
  • ASIN : B001HOA3S2
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Par PERNOT le 23 avril 2003
Format: CD
Support musical du film d'Yvan Lagrange, Wurdah Ïtah constitue le second mouvement de Theusz Hamtaak, fresque en trois mouvements dont MDK, enregistré un an plus tôt, représente le troisième volet. Exécuté par le noyau central du Magma de cette époque, il présente une musique épurée à l'extrême. Contrastant avec le faste et la densité orchestrale de MDK, elle n'en dégage pas moins une puissance rythmique et un lyrisme vocal surprenants. La composition de l'équipe est, une fois de plus, une réelle gageure, puisque c'est sous le nom de Christian Vander qu'est publié ce disque au comité restreint : Stella Vander, son ex-femme, et Klaus Blasquiz, ses fidèles acolytes et un Jannick Top, monstrueux bassiste. En s'entourant des forces vives de son laboratoire sonore, Christian Vander ne perd pas de vue l'impact qu'ils sont capables d'atteindre à 4. Le contraste est flagrant avec l'exubérance des arrangements auxquels le groupe nous avait habitué jusqu'ici, mais il s'en dégage une puissance et un lyrisme qui n'a d'égal que ce que le groupe avait déjà réussi à accomplir sur MDK tout en conservant le poids et la lourde pesanteur qui parcourait Köhntarkösz.
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MENTIONNE SUR LA POCHETTE PAR UN IMMENSE STICKER QUE DANS LA POCHETTE SE TROUVE UNE CARTE AVEC UN LIEN POUR TELECHARGER LA VERSION NUMERIQUE MAIS MEME APRES UN ECHANGE DU LP TOUJOURS PAS DE CARTE .MALGRE UNE REDUC DE 2 EUROS LE PROBLEME N EST PAS RESOLU..
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De la musique Magma
Vander fait aussi les parties de piano
cet opus et un des quatres tresors made in Magma de la musique tout court
bref achetez sans hesiter
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Oui j' avais le vinyl , alors pour le protéger le cd c 'est mieux . Un peu différent de Magma , mais aussi fort
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HASH(0x917f2fcc) étoiles sur 5 Great for relaxing after your next black mass 26 septembre 2008
Par W.T.Hoffman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
OF all the 1970s MAGMA albums, this album by far has the most martial rhythms, the most complex, atonal harmonic clusters, and the most frightening vocalizings. Anyone familiar with the MAGMA story, knows that this album, is the second movement of THEUSZ HAMTTAAHK, a three movement symphony, with Magma's undisputed masterpiece, MDK, named the third movement. When i ordered this CD, I had misgivings, and the price was only part of it. MDK is an incredibly complex, dense, richly orchestrated piece of music. When i read, that this album has a "skeletal crew" producing the music, I was not sure I'd really enjoy it, since I assumed the power of MAGMA's music, had something to do with the density of musical timbres, rythmic interplay, and choral stackings producing a polytonal, or atonal whole. Well, that's a mistaken point of view. With only two of the regulars on chant/vocals, the bass player, the piano player who is doubling up on vocals, and Christian on drums, a very complex, dense, intertwining piece of music has been composed here.There could be a LOT of overdubbing on this album at times, especially with the vocalizations, but it hardly matters. Personally, I find that the lack of sax, violin, guitar, etc, brings the piano work to the forefront of the soundstage of the album. Since the piano bridges the complexity of the polyrhythms and the harmonic density, hearing the piano so vividly helps to identify the musical ideals, and leitmotifs. This clarity of the piano, and its rhythm, is like a seat belt that keeps you strapped in, while so much keeps changing and morphing musically, so quickly. Some of the MDK musical themes make their appearance on this album first. This produces a powerful, emotional punch of recognition, when they reappear later on MDK, ie the third movement. Just as in a "real" symphony, hearing the repetition of leitmotif, with subtle permutations, is the payoff, for paying attention to a singular piece of music stretch between two (or three) seperate CDs. WURDAH ITAH doesnt work symphonically like a LARGO 2nd movement. Instead, WURDAH ITAH's slightly thinner orchrestrations work beautifully, in anticipation to the instrumentally dense intensity of MDK. Vander is not joking-- this is a singular peice of music, that builds thru WURDAH ITAH, and concludes like a supernova at the end of MDK.

Side one is by far the darkest part of the composistion, supposedly representing on Earth, "THE TIME OF DARKNESS", which is going to be battled by the spiritually evolved people from Kobaia. And this musical conflict, between tonality and peace, and atonality and war, provides the musical plot to both albums. Dark, disharmonic musical themes, are interspliced by the nearly angelic vocals scream-chanted with manic intensity. Spoiler alert: the consonant harmonies win out over the evil, disharmonic clusters. The first part of Wurdah Itah ends on the 6th song. ( There's quite a pause between the 6th and 7th song.) Most of the themes one hears on the first half , are not noticable in the MDK album, so it isnt immediately clear WHY this LP is a second movement, to MDK's third movement. When the second half of WURDAH ITAH plays, you hear the crossover, around the beginning of the "WHERE IS THE MASTER?" song, towards the end of the album. Suddenly, familiar chords first begin to manifest their sound. At the end of the second movement, just like the end of the MDK album, ie 3rd movement, the shock of realization hits. The piano rhythm begins that is so familiar to fans of the MEKANIK KOMMANDOH section of MDK. And the waves of dynamics begin to inundate over you, waves of sound loud to soft to loud, as familar voices in the choir start to do their freak out singing, buiding the song, only to bring it back down to earth again. By this time, you ARE ready to jump right into the Third movement of THEUSZ HAMTTAAHK, ie, MDK, and hear the symphonic density, and intense emotions, play to their conclusion on that album. So, altho it is not as developed as MDK, I cannot say that Wurdah Itah is a lesser work. I accept it as part of the SAME WORK, the SAME SYMPHONIC PIECE. If i have any problem with WURDAH ITAH, is that it works so well as a "Second Movement", that I dont feel as if it stands completely on its own. The album ends with a fade out, at a place where you dont feel an organic closure to the album you just heard. My guess is that there were limitations with the LP format, that did not permit VANDER to bring this second movement, to a musical consonance. Its a shame, and altho I have not heard the live versions of all three movements played as a singular piece of music, I have no doubt that in a concert setting, that Wurdah Itah does not end, where it does on the album. This is a very small criticism. It matters when you want to hear the second and third movement consecutively, of THEUSZ HAMTTAAHK. As for what kind of music fan would enjoy this album, all I can say, is if you like MAGMA's pinacle of musicality from around 1973, ie MDK, you will also like this album. If the MAGMA sound you like, is found on their first two albums, the jazzier albums, then this is going to sound like Orff on acid to you. Some of the atonalities that ELP tried to explore on TARKUS, tho not successfully, are also in this part of MAGMA's work. But it's Vander, not Emerson, who discovered the real secret to composing sinister musical themes, to bring into battle against hopeful music. As for whether or not this is relaxing music, it's no more or less relaxing than King Crimson's RED or STARLESS AND BIBLE BLACK, or The Mothers of Invention's UNCLE MEAT, or BURNT WEANY SAMWICH. That is to say, its demanding music, filled with musical tension, which doesnt function as sonic wallpaper. Magma's best work, is every bit as strange, singular, and amazing, as the best work of Fripp or Zappa. And truly, WURDAH ITAH is a chunk of MAGMA's best work.
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HASH(0x915ad21c) étoiles sur 5 Great place to dip your toes into the Magma catalog 24 août 2010
Par Sealed Fate - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This was originally released as a Christian Vander (drums,piano and vocals) solo album for a film soundtrack. I believe their were four Magma members,including Christian,involved in the making of this record so it is rightly considered as part of the Magma catalog. And as the title of my review states a great place for the curious to try this fantastic band out! This is comprised of several shorter tracks that blend well into the next, creating a unified sound for "side 1" as well as for "side 2" (back when we had to flip the record!). To try and describe their sound, i'd call Magma a jazz band playing in a Prog-Rock context, with a really unique opera slant.In fact, the vocals and chanting may be a bit of a hurtle for the uninitiated as they are sung in a fictious language with some bombast,at times. An aquired taste for me, I now consider them one of my favorite bands.

In any event this release, containing a condensed version of the band, is very focused and well played.The shorter tracks making it a bit easier to "digest" all that is going on. I would argue this may even be the most accessible of their titles, so go ahead & jump in and enter the world of MAGMA!
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HASH(0x915ad468) étoiles sur 5 ONE OF THE BEST ALBUMS I OWN. 7 décembre 2007
Par Lord Chimp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Magma's "zeuhl" music is a tough sell -- merging minimalist composition, opera, jazz, 20th century classical, and rock music sounds fine enough, but when it's so otherworldly and indiosyncratic one might be suspicious. This attitude will only result in missing some of the greatest music! _Wurdah Itah_ remains my favorite Magma masterpiece. Rather than the intense orchestral backdrops of, say, _Mekanik Destruktiv Kommandoh_, composer Christan Vander's focus here is stripped-down, clear sound groups. Gone is the all the brass, and the group is down to rather percussive basics, with only Christian Vander (voice, electric & acoustic piano, drums), Jannick Top (bass), and other vocalists Klaus Blasquiz and Rene Garber. Every great band has an album that seems to capture them are their most "hard"-core. _Wurdah Itah_ is that album for Magma. So while perhaps not as big as some other wonderful Magma releases like _Kohntarkosz_ or _MDK_, it captures them are their most pure. The music is like unlike almost anything and still stands apart from later groups who followed closely in their footsteps. Main qualities are make-up language, a stravinskian modernism, irregular rhythms, intense crescendos and militaristic rumbles of piano and bass and elated vox, and drums that show Vander is really an unheralded master of his craft. There is an ostensibly simplicity - vocal melodies are often confined to just three or four notes, and rhythms seem repetitious in nature, but these threads are manipulated, inverted and juxtaposed powerfully. It can be dark intensity to this but it's mostly emotionally invigorating. There is no austerity in this music despite its strangeness - I find it is beautifully intelligible and pleasant. There are very few albums in my collection more enjoyed than this. And just a final note: Magma is not really mentioned on this album, it's technically a Christian Vander release, and I guess it was some kind of soundtrack. But it is absolute Magma, I promise.
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HASH(0x915ad714) étoiles sur 5 Buyer Beware: MP3 release sold here is NOT the original studio recording 9 février 2013
Par Kaiser Zeso - Publié sur Amazon.com
<Update: Amazon has issued me a refund for the reasons detailed below. I've also amended my rating for this purchase. Thank you, Amazon.com Customer Service Dept!>

OK, I'll start off by saying that Magma is an incredibly epic and awesome band. Christian Vander is an absolute visionary and a master composer and musician. However, I am convinced that this MP3 album for sale here is not the original studio album recorded in 1974, but instead derived from the Theusz Hamtaahk Trilogie triple album, recorded live in the year 2000 ~in the year 2000~.

Peculiarity #1
This recording begins with audience applause before the band begins to play. Furthermore, there is audience applause interspersed at various points, notably at the halfway point and the end of the last track. One reviewer stated that the album ended with a fade out. I have a fade out of applause - not the same thing.

Peculiarity #2
The track times do not match those listed on the Ẁurdah Ïtah Wikipedia page. Furthermore, the total album time for the original album is 39:04. The MP3 album I paid for is 48.4 minutes. Upon further investigation, the Wikipedia track times for the Ẁurdah Ïtah section of the 3-disc Theusz Hamtaahk Trilogie are virtually identical to the track times for these MP3s.

Peculiarity #3
Oh hell, I could go on about how the MP3 track titles don't even match the original track titles, but are instead in French (and correspond to the subtitles of the tracks on the Theusz Hamtaahk Trilogie album), but why bother? Case closed.

I will be (respectfully) requesting that Amazon, or Seventh Records if need be, refund me the purchase price for this album, or provide me, free of charge, the original studio recording of Ẁurdah Ïtah released in 1974, as Amazon appears to be selling. The album cover artwork misled me to believe I was purchasing the original studio recording. Had I known, I would have spent the $16 plus shipping to purchase the CD through a third party. I will return to update this review once this matter has been resolved.

Three stars off for not selling the product depicted by the artwork with the blue background. <Two stars back for Amazon issuing a refund.> Otherwise, probably a 5-star recording - the arrangement is stellar enough to convince me of this.

Cc: Amazon Customer Service
Seventh Records

P.S.: I also purchased the MP3 album of Ëmëhntëhtt-Rê. This album is INCREDIBLE. I believe Ëmëhntëhtt-Rê is actually better, but no more essential than, Mëkanïk Dëstruktïẁ Kömmandöh, but that's only after one listen! Get it NOW if you haven't already!
HASH(0x915ad42c) étoiles sur 5 wurdah itah! 11 avril 2016
Par Bryan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle
"Malawelekaahm" opens with a frantic type of piano playing that I'm wondering if the company Midway was working on or their Wizards and Warriors III: Kuros Vision of Power game, because it really reminds me of this one theme! However it's brief, and there's vocals mixed in anyway. What kind of vocals you ask? Or rather if you're familiar with Magma's Mekanik Destructiw Kommondoh album, yeah, it's pretty much like that. In fact this song feels like an *exact* continuation of the stuff from that album. The vocals even shift in a similar fashion from one set straight into another. The same can be said for the piano. Oh for that matter, the atmosphere is similar too.

"Bradia Da Zimehn Legah" feels more like a cult meeting somewhere spooky because of the vocals. Creepin' me out man! Pretty unique for mid 70's rock though. Talk about a *drastic* difference from everything else going on at the time. "Maneh Fur da Zess" picks up the pace a bit while continuing with the cult-like chants and worrying piano. "Fur Dihhel Kobaia" is basically the same structure (mal vocals, piano) but the pace has slowed down a lot more (in the beginning anyway) and the atmosphere isn't as dark. However it speeds up about a minute in. This song is based around a few simple ideas that repeat a lot, and it fails to keep me as entertained as previous songs. However I enjoy the female vocal melody at the end.

"Blum Tendiwa" slows down and feels peaceful in a way with the female humming and piano tucked in the background. I rather love this songs somber and peacefulness as it gradually intensifies with male vocals coming in and piano getting louder only to slow down as it winds down. "Wohldunt Maem Deweless" is more quiet piano and vocals, and I'm beginning to notice the female vocals are slowly being as frequent as the male vocals which is a great thing because to be honest, the female singers in Magma make this experience more interesting. I do get the feeling this stuff is too repetitive at times though with this song being guiltier of it than most on the album.

"Wainsaht III" is some kind of tribal experiment initially before the chants and weirdness comes back. It's really different but enjoyable. "Wlasik Steuhn Kobaia" starts off dominated with male chants (or operatic vocals- whichever one you feel better describes this weird stuff, haha!) The female vocals during the middle part are exceptionally upbeat and change the atmosphere is a really cool way. Hey some piano at the end *without* vocals. Pretty spooky. "Sehnnteht Dros Urdah Sums" is straightforward with its female operatic vocals. By "straightforward" I simply mean the song doesn't really venture away and do anything crazy. It's all about the female and male vocals keeping a steady pace. This song is sort of tranquil. Intended for Mekanik Destructiw Kommandoh lovers.

"C'est La Vie Qui Les a Menes La"

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