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Charlemagne Palestine



Format: CDx2 digipack

Genre: Electronic

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Now rare and long delete "Karenina" was conceived in March 1997 in Paris at Galerie Donguy as a work to be played during a retrospective exhibition of his sculpture and photographs. The work is for his Falsetto voice and Indian Harmonium. In this work the use of the name "Karenina" and also other words and sounds from the unconscious trance magical sources. The male falsetto has a very special sacred significance. As a young singer in Synagogue music the singing Rabbi or Cantor as he is called sings only a few times a year in a falsetto and only for the most sincere and sacred declarations. The Indian harmonium and the organesque sound in general dates from Charlemagne's earliest musical outings and were inspired by Herman Helmhot's "On The Sensations Of Tone".
Cat. number: durtro 052
Year: 2009

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