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Works of Toyohiko Satoh

Alba Musica Kyo

Toyohiko Satoh

SKU: 3291

Year of release: 1991

Pèlerinage au Rollant 32:07
1. Dieu! Que Le Son Du Cor … Toyohiko Satoh 02:29
2. Carles Li Reis, … Toyohiko Satoh 02:26
3. Ritornello Toyohiko Satoh 03:18
4. Chi Purreit Faire Que Rollant Intermezzo Toyohiko Satoh 01:29
5. Intermezzo Toyohiko Satoh 01:41
6. Halt Sunt Li Pui Toyohiko Satoh 02:10
7. La Bataille Est Merveilleuse Toyohiko Satoh 04:27
8. Motetto Toyohiko Satoh 03:26
9. Morz Est Rollant, … Toyohiko Satoh 05:26
10. Interludio Toyohiko Satoh 01:24
11. Ami Rollant Toyohiko Satoh 01:17
12. Dieu! Que Le Son Du Corr … Toyohiko Satoh 02:28
Kobanashi (Little Tales) 12:16
13. Akumu (Nightmare) Toyohiko Satoh 02:26
14. Oni-Gokko (Hide-And-Seek) Toyohiko Satoh 01:48
15. Furin (Wind Bell) Toyohiko Satoh 02:17
16. Otedama (Dibs) Toyohiko Satoh 03:02
17. Hanabi (Firework) Toyohiko Satoh 02:41
Komori-uta (Lullaby) 12:31
18. Itsuki No Komori-Uta Toyohiko Satoh 03:25
19. Nen-Nen Korori Toyohiko Satoh 03:03
20. Chugoku-Chiho No Komeri-Uta Toyohiko Satoh 02:11
21. Nakumani-Yo Toyohiko Satoh 03:51
Total time: 56:55

About this album

Toyhiko Satoh (1981): “PELERINAGE AU ROLLANT” It is not easy to classify Satoh’s “Pelerinage au Rollant”, based on texts chosen from “La Chanson de Roland”, under one subtitle. As an authority in the field of the Renaissance in all its musical aspects, Satoh has made a kind of reconstruction which gives the impression that it has been based on the principles of an old music drama. Yet he did not confine himself to slavishly imitating the existing old sound structures. On the contrary, it is worth remarking that he integrated the primitive, classical, oriental, western and (in some cases) the modern ways of expressing…

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(...) In a couple of minutes we have encountered the doleful grace of a Renaissance ensemble. (...)

Technical Specifications

Digital To Analog ConverterSony
Mastering EquimentSony digital Editor 3000
Mastering EngineerBert van der Wolf
Mixing ConsoleRens Heijnis Custom made
MicrophonesBruel & Kjaer, Schoeps
Recording FormatPCM 44.1
Analog To Digital ConverterdCS900
Recording DateMay 1991
Recording LocationResnswoude - The Netherlands
EditingBert van der Wolf
Recording EngineerBert van der Wolf
ProducerBert van der Wolf