Charles-Edouard Platel | Imagimuse / 3

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Imagimuse / 3

by Charles-Edouard Platel

Six musical works to travel across imaginary worlds
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Transmutations - Musicality of the Senses
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2. Transmutations - In Suspension
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3. Transmutations - Reminiscences
3:07 $0.99
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4. Transmutations - The Cycle of Life
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5. Speleophonies
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6. Dun Aonghasa
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7. Dive into Dreams - Amazed Exploration
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8. Dive into Dreams - Abyssal Euphoria
6:41 $0.99
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9. Dive into Dreams - Upward Return to the Atmosphere
3:55 $0.99
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10. The Great Evening
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11. Electric Narval
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Album Notes
The acousmatic music proposes an attitude of listening of sounds for themselves, without looking for their causes in words of instruments, voices or recorded noises. Today this music is essentially composed through digital tools, which look  like those of the graphic designers : the virtual synthesis, the spectral filterings and the mixing of the audio channels are similar to the morphing of images, to the chromatic filters and to the transparencies of the set of caches.
" Acousmatic Transmutations " proposes an intense moment of immersion in a sound universe directly inspired by four pictures of Béatrice Carré, digital artist.
"Speleophonies" mysterious underground sounds may also evoke the inside of the human being, as the sculptor Cecile Dachary uses this music for her textile fabric exhibitions.
Dun Aonghasa evokes a stunning Irish prehistoric site.
Dive into dreams relates a journey in a world from which we can forget to come back.
The Great Evening evokes this special atmosphere of the evenings after stressfull and sometimes dangerous days of revolt: the deep fatigue, the fever or the anxiety of the course of the events, mixed in the idealistic hope of future smiling days.
Electric Narval evokes the beginning of Jules Verne book: "20,000 miles under the seas"

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