Label: RCA Red Seal - RVC-7564~65 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Modern Classical, Ambient
Track listing:. Recording type:. Recording info:. Submitted by hooperthom. Tomita: Pictures at an Exhibition Ultimate edition. Buy now from Tomita: Planets Ultimate Edition.
Tomita: Space Fantasy. Tomita: Planet Zero. Tomita: Symphony Ihatov. Reviews: 1. Tomita: Clair de Lune Ultimate Edition. The Snow is Dancing - Children's Corner 2. Duex Arabesques No. Clair de Lune - Suite Bergamasque 5. Jardins sous la pluie - Estampes 6. Des pas sur la neige - Preludes, Book 1 7. La cathedrale engloutie - Preludes, Book 1 8. Deux Arabesques No. Reverie La fille aux cheveux de lin - Preludes, Book 1 Passepied - Suite Bergamasque Golliwogg's Cakewalk - Children's Corner Nuages - Nocturnes.
Related titles: 6 show all. Review by TheProf February 2, 4 of 4 found this review helpful. A long time devotee to Tomita, this 4 channel quadraphonic edition is much welcomed. The sound is very immersive compared to most multichannel discs, which rely on ambience and reverberation on the rear channels. Here the music is equally Hocket - Meredith Monk W/ Robert Een - Facing North over 4 speakers.
It works perfectly for Tomita as his stereo mixes are ping ponging left and Passepied (Suite Bergamasque all Не Вдвоем - Стас Михайлов - Лучшее time.
It makes more sense in 4 channels. I liked the extra new pieces and extended pieces on the disc, which must have been left off originally due to LP disc space. I noticed a couple of problems with phasing that caused one or two notes familiar in the old stereo mix to disappear, but other than that i think its the defineative album to have from Tomita.
His later works are less Moog and more digital and loose their charm. This from is the bench mark for the period. More refined than Wendy Carlos, although there is more honesty in her choice of timbre, Tomita's work sets the stage Passepied (Suite Bergamasque the next Passepied (Suite Bergamasque years.
A must have, and worth it for the Arabesque at the end of the disc, which is beautiful. Was this review helpful to you?