Les Percussions de Strasbourg “Continuum / Mysteres / Provisoires Agglomerats”

Les Percussions de Strasbourg “Continuum / Mysteres / Provisoires Agglomerats”

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Les Percussions de Strasbourg
Continuum / Mysteres / Provisoires Agglomerats
Philips (France) 1969
836.992 DSY (LP) silver printed sleeve. Light green label.
sleeve : VG+(SRW, SOC, SPSE: 6cm crack on top, wear on corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

Formed in 1962 in Strasbourg, a city facing the Rhine River in northeastern France, Les Percussions de Strasbourg has been active for 60 years, leaving behind numerous outstanding albums adorned with silver print and black typography jackets. Their 1969 release features exquisite compositions including Kazimierz Serocki's "Continuum," where the delicate tones of percussion instruments scatter throughout the auditory space, Valentin Silvestrov's "Mysteres," where the sounds of alto flute, gongs, and cymbals float freely, and Michel Puig's "Provisoires Agglomerats," which underwent tape editing by Luc Perini at the French National Broadcasting Exploration Studio. Needless to say, it's a remarkable album.

A1: Kazimierz Serocki “Continuum”
A2: Valentin Silvestrov “Mysteres”

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