Markus Reuter - Todmorden 513 mp3 album
Markus Reuter’s Todmorden 513 is an involving, richly textured and spellbinding composition recalling the more amorphous work of spectral and impressionistic composers but very much an original work algorithmic technique of Reuter’s own design.
However, after the successful PledgeMusic campaign, Todmorden 513 postproduction will remain the creative focus for some time yet, and the work is also the main priority of our current promotional activities. We are in the process of assembling Group 33, a street team with the aim to carry the word about Markus and his work further out into the world. In September Markus produced The Dawn of the Foremothers album by Namgar, also to be released in 2013. In addition to that, producer Lee Fletcher and Markus launched Older Than God, Lee’s documentary feature film about Markus’ work and his network of friends and collaborators, as an ongoing series of episodes on ww. lderthangod.
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/197 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Todmorden 513. Album starts at 79BPM, ends at BPM (-79), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Markus Reuter.
Markus Reuter's Todmorden 513 is a complex work of algorithmic composition of an hour's duration. Given Reuter's linguistic background, one might think that the title is an exercise in existential dread in German as "Tod" means "death" and "morden" means "to murder" - forming a truly grim portmanteau. However, the title's sourcing is actually of a small town in northern England, northeast of Manchester. 513 refers to its construction: it is a continuous movement and sequence of five hundred and thirteen harmonies and triads generated.
Todmorden 513: Concerto for Orchestra by Markus Reuter. Todmorden 513, concerto for orchestra. 1. Movement 1. Markus Reuter. Thomas A. Blomster, Colorado Chamber Orchestra. 2. Movement 2. 3. Movement 3. 4. Movement 4. 5. Movement 5. 6. Movement 6. 7. Movement 7. Markus Reuter
CD + DVD) Markus Reuter, composer and touch guitarist with Tony Levin's Stick Men group, releases his first symphonic composition, Todmorden 513. This piece - a re-orchestration of an electronic work recorded by the Colorado Chamber Orchestra - creates an infinitely layered, kaleidoscopic drive, pulling the listener ever more into the eye of a 60 minute harmonic storm. The 2-disc digipack contains a CD of the studio recording and a DVD with a hi-resolution . mix and an alternate . mix by ambient music pioneer Robert Rich. My introduction to the work of Markus Reuter came in 2000 when the excellent UK electronica label DiN released an album entitled Blast, by the duo Centrozoon comprised of Markus and Bernd Wöstheinrich. That title was certainly appropriate as it featured 4 tracks, which can best be described as surreal impressionist sonic sculptures.
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