Aldo Ciccolini “Erik Satie Volume 2”

Aldo Ciccolini “Erik Satie Volume 2”

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Aldo Ciccolini
EMI Angel/Toshiba Records (Japan) 1971
EAA 90015~17 (3LP) Box Set, w/obi(torn), ブックレット(wrinkle on one part, page 7/8 has 4cm tear.)
sleeve : EX+
media : EX/EX+,EX+/EX+,EX+/EX+(some very slightly surface noises, still good. side A has three very slightly hairlines that does not affect to sounds.)

This is the second collection of piano music by Erik Satie, a French composer active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, who is also known for "Furniture Music", one of the inspirations for Brian Eno's advocacy of ambient music. It performed by Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, and Aldo Ciccolini, an Italian pianist known worldwide as a virtuoso performer of Erik Satie's music. Originally recorded in the late 50s and released in Europe. The first collection was released in Japan in 1969, and this second collection was released in 1971. This 3 LP box set traces Satie's eccentric compositional life, including his representative works such as "Gnossienne," his early work "Ojive (4 pieces)," which he composed when he was 20 years old, his late work "Nocturne," and "Mysterious Pages," which embodies the concept of "furniture music.

A3: 最初の思想とバラ十字会の鐘
D3: 夜想曲 第4番 第5番
F3: 神秘的なページ

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