Erik Satie - Oeuvres Pour Piano
SFP (France) 196x
SFP 31 010 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(Light Stains)
media : EX-/VG+(Slight chirping noise due to thin scratches/light chirping noise in some parts.)
A collection of Erik Satie's music by a French pianist named Andre Bernot. The release date is unknown, but it seems to be from the late 1960s. Gymnopedies", "Gnossiennes", "Nocturnes", and "Pieces Froides" are some of the most popular and influential pieces of Erik Satie's work, which was named "Furniture Music" and became the catalyst for Brian Eno's advocacy of ambient music. I was not able to confirm the details of Andre Bernot, but I feel that Satie's music is expressed quite differently depending on the understanding of the performer. In Andre Bernot's case, it's not a single progression, but rather, it's a performance that gives you a sense of intonation.