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by Fabio Mittino & Bert Lams

Fabio Mittino and Bert Lams play Gurdjieff/DeHartmann music transcribed for acoustic guitars.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. Multiplication of October 9th
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2. Duduki
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3. Woman's Dance (From 39 Series)
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4. Tibetan Masked Dance
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5. The Sacred Goose
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6. Circles
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7. Dance N.27
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8. The Spinners
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9. Round Dance in G
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10. Armenian Melody
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11. Dance in G
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Gurdjieff was a philosopher from Russian/Armenian descent. He had the remarkable gift of remembering music he had heard during his early travels in Asia and the Middle East. Many years later he sung and played the melodies to Russian composer Thomas De Hartmann; together they created over 300 pieces between 1918 and 1927.

The music for Movements may seem simple, with short pieces that lack any pretension to elaborate formal construction, yet it often turns in unexpected directions, revealing itself as powerful, fascinating and deeply affecting. In the final words of his book ‘Our Life with Mr Gurdjieff’, Thomas de Hartmann says: “Listening to this music one was touched to the depth of his being…”

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