Remy Stroomer | The Return of Planet X

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The Return of Planet X

by Remy Stroomer

“The Return of Planet X” was performed live at the Grote of St.Bavokerk in Haarlem, The Netherlands, May 19th, 2012.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Movement I: Orbits of Planets
11:48 album only
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2. Movement II: Apogee
6:55 album only
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3. Movement III: Nibiru’s Orbit
13:05 album only
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4. Movement IV: Anunnaki
11:38 album only
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5. Movement V: Perigee
15:47 album only
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6. Movement VI: Nibiru Cataclysm
12:40 album only
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7. Movement VII: After the Deluge
2:14 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dutch musician Remy Stroomer conceived and composed a musical piece for an exclusive live performance at the Grote of St.Bavokerk in Haarlem, The Netherlands. In an unique setting where electronica meets classical music.
The first part of the evening of May 19th, 2012, Remy exposed his project, taking care of all electronics and the grand piano, involving strings performed by Wouter de Ruyter (violin), Dick Bijlsma (violin) and Martine de Ket (cello). This part of the program can be heard in its entire on this release.

For the second part, Ron Boots, Eric van der Heijden, Harold van der Heijden and a 10-piece choir performed a tribute to Klaus Schulze. This music has already been released on Ron Boots’ album “Signs in the Sand”.

After this, an improvisational encore of all musicians followed. Of which the quatre mains intro by Remy and Ron, and the grand final by Remy and Eric playing the impressive historic Müller Organ, are also included on this release. Concluding with a revisited studio version of “Movement II” of “The Return of Planet X”.

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