Dionne Bregent "…Et Le Troisieme Jour"

Dionne Bregent "…Et Le Troisieme Jour"

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Dionne Bregent
…Et Le Troisieme Jour
Capitol Records (Canada) 1976
ST 70044 (LP) w/original inner sleeve(PCOH, SRW, wear on edge and corner.)
sleeve : VG+(PCOH, RW, SOC, TEOC, WC, wear on corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly wear and hairlines.)

This is the first album released in 1976 by Dionne Bregent, an avant duo formed by Montreal, Canada composer Michel-Georges Bregent with Vincent Dionne and active from 1975 to 1979. The album features Canadian soprano-opera singer Pauline Vaillancourt, as well as other female singers from various scenes, including Judith Richard, Mary-Lou Gauthier, and Yves Lapierre. A1, where the subtle sound of chimes and the solemn sound of organ shimmer mysteriously, and A2, where the minimalistic sequenced sounds and classical chorus are intertwined with a spacy synthesizer solo. This is a cosmic and experimental avant-electronic work with a unique view of the universe. It's great. Highly recommended. Original Canadian pressing.

A1: L'incarnation
A3: Resurrection

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