Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 11
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La Vie Electronique 11

Label MIG ‎– MiG 00692 3CD
Series La Vie Electronique ‎– 11 La Vie Electronique ‎– LVE 11
Format 3 x CD, Compilation
Barcode 0885513006929
Country Germany
Released 27 Apr 2012
Genre Electronic
Style Berlin-School, Ambient, Modern Classical
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Film Musik (75:26)
1-01 Die Lieder Des Prinzen Vogelfrei 28:30
1-02 Le MĂ©daillon Magique 15:55
1-03 SchwermĂĽtiger FrĂĽhling 20:05
1-04 Der Optimismus 10:39
Narren Des Schicksals (71:13)
2-01 Erster Satz: Uralte Legenden 20:25
2-02 Zweiter Satz: O Unser Verlorenes Paradies 23:00
2-03 Dritter Satz: Der Sanfte Mantel Einer Fremden Frau 27:37
Der Schönheit Spur (37:36)
3-01 The Treasury Of Thy Lusty Days 5:08
3-02 Im Spiel Verliebter Saiten 4:02
3-03 Erinnerung Jener Schönheit 9:56
3-04 Ein Lockend Aug 4:45
3-05 Beauty’s Rose Might Never Die 8:39
3-06 Echt Ist Mein Lieben, Wahr Sei Auch Mein Lied 1:27
3-07 Thy Eternal Summer Shall Not Fade 3:34
Ein Schönes Autodafé (21:24)
3-08 The Colours Of Mind 4:48
3-09 In Der Welt Des Wahns 4:37
3-10 Reise Ins Schweigen 4:13
3-11 Man Kann Sich Nicht Von Der Erde Erheben, Indem Man An Seinen SchnĂĽrsenkeln Zieht 4:02
3-12 Fools Of Time 3:44
3-13 Return In Happy Plight 19:08
Composed By, Performer, Recorded By – Klaus Schulze
Layout [Reissue] – Thomas Ewerhard
Mastered By – Tom Dams
Mastered By [Premaster] – kdm
Producer, Reissue Producer, Photography By, Liner Notes – Klaus D. Mueller
Released in 8-panel Digipak. Includes a 12-page booklet in German and English.

Notes from the booklet:
Disc 1: The four parts of "Film Musik" contain the complete music for the soundtrack to the 1993 German tv documentary "Spurensicherung. Baudenkmäler", put in proper shape for the release in 1993. In this long deleted ten-CD set these four tracks had a handful of romantic subtitles each, I left them out for this re-release: the music is still the same. One attentive Polish member of "The KS Circle" had noticed that the piano part from "Der Optimismus" is fairly inspired by Frederic Chopin's "Ballade in G minor, Op. 23", and yes, he is right.
Published 1993 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag. ℗ 1993 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller. © 2012 Klaus Schulze & kdm, under license to MiG music GmbH.

Disc 2: Klaus called the 71-minute piece "Narren des Schicksals" his first symphony and therefore, and for its first release on , I gave it the sub-title "Symphonic Poem in 3 Movements, B Flat minor". It was recorded in 1992/'93 for no special purpose.
Published 1993 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag. ℗ 1993 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller. © 2012 Klaus Schulze & kdm, under license to MiG music GmbH.

Disc 3: Track 1, "Der Schönheit Spur", is the longer version of the music Klaus recorded 1993 as soundtrack for a film about Berlin's Potsdamer Platz, and the final track ("Return in Happy Plight") is the remixed version which was actually used for the film. "Ein schönes Autodafé" was meant but not used as ballet music for Klaus' opera "Totentag". It was recorded during Klaus' intense sampling era in 1993.
Published 1993 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag. ℗ 1993 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller. © 2012 Klaus Schulze & kdm, under license to MiG music GmbH.

Total playing times:
CD 1: 75:26.
CD 2: 71:13.
CD 3: 78:18.

℗ & © 2012 MIG-Music GmbH - Made in Germany.
Barcode (Text) – 8 85513 00692 9
Barcode (Scanned) – 885513006929
Rights Society – Austromechana
Label Code – LC 23370
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